Soluble corn fiber can improve women's bone health
|Soluble corn fiber can improve women's bone health||Darrell Miller||01/14/17|
January 14, 2017 07:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Soluble corn fiber can improve women's bone health
A recent new research study has found that daily intake of soluble corn fiber can significantly improve women's bone fiber overall. The reason for this is because the research found that once fiber passes through the gut, the soluble corn fiber is broken down into some short chain fatty acids which then assist in bone health maintenance.
- According to new research daily soluble corn fiber supplementation significantly helps build and retain calcium in bone for women in their teens and post menopause.
- Evidence suggests that SCF has many of the same health benefits associated with intact dietary fiber found in grains, vegetables, legumes, and fruit.
- Weaver says that while SCF can help people better utilize calcium for bone health, this finding does not mean the recommendation to drink milk and follow a well-balanced diet should be ignored.
"According to new research daily soluble corn fiber supplementation significantly helps build and retain calcium in bone for women in their teens and post menopause."