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Meal-Induced Inflammation

From eNewsletter 6/21/2021

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DID YOU KNOW that bone mineral density (BMD), which is one of the most frequently discussed topics amongst post-menopausal women and their physicians because of osteopenia and osteoporosis, is dependent upon numerous dietary factors, as elucidated in a new study from The Journal of Nutrition? The study followed women with the average age of 57 for 6.5 years. Those who took optimal doses of calcium, magnesium, and vitamin D3 supplements, ate one extra protein serving daily, and were screened for vitamin D genetic mutations, had significantly better femoral neck BMD than those who lacked the aforementioned.

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