Even coughing or leaning over may shatter bones with osteoporosis. Osteoporosis causes most hip, wrist, and spine fractures. You can reduce osteoporosis risk factors including poor diet and inactivity.
Magnesium: Is incorporated into the bone matrix and is thought to contribute to bone strength.
Potassium: Promotes renal calcium retention and protects against bone loss by maintaining.
Vitamin C: A powerful antioxidant in fruits and vegetables may reduce oxidative stress and inhibit bone resorption.
Phosphorous: An adequate intake of phosphorus is essential for bone formation during growth because low serum phosphate levels limit the formation and mineralization of bone.
Vitamin K: A vitamin present in green leafy vegetables, it helps maintain bone health through itsrole in the carboxylation (activation), of important bone proteins.
Zinc: Part of the structure of more than 200 enzymes and is essential for the normalsynthesis of collagen and bone mineralization.
Vitamin B12: Required for DNA synthesis, may increase osteoblast activity and bone production. Folate and vitamin B6 are metabolically linked to B12.
Protein: Protein increases calcium absorption, IGF-1 secretion, and lean body mass, improving bone health.