Consuming fruits, vegetables and whole grains and risk of bone fractures in the elderly can reduce tooth decay. Researchers at Tufts University in Boston, America’s research results indicate that older men with the highest amount of fruits, vegetables and grain consumption are more prone to osteoporosis than men are.
According to investigators, according to the results obtained in this study, consumption of fruits, vegetables and grains, probably by increasing the concentration of minerals in the bones to prevent osteoporosis and fractures.
Bahram Arjomand, Professor, University of Florida, said the body’s bone healing is taking black plums and prunes are the best treatment for patients with osteoporosis.
The plums can be grown along the Caspian Sea, and now America’s largest producer of plums.
Broccoli contains vitamin C, K and potassium and calcium and bone metabolism, such as milk and cheese is the food. The results of the research, vitamin C and k are strengthened and increased bone density. Potassium effects on metabolic acids that cause bone loss are reduced.
Nutrition experts recommend three times a week instead of broccoli in your diet.
Research says eating yogurt can accelerate the process of bone formation and prevention of the disease. Yogurt made from cow’s milk is rich in calcium and protein and is considered an important factor in osteoporosis.
Eat yogurt every day