Increased Dietary Protein Improves Bone Strength
|Increased Dietary Protein Improves Bone Strength||Darrell Miller||02/06/17|
February 06, 2017 02:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Increased Dietary Protein Improves Bone Strength
Many people have low bone density or brittle bones. This especially prevalent among the elderly but is not limited to them. This tells how eating more protein can increase your bone strength. This will cut down on fractures and other problems so should not be ignored. Diet can affect many things about your health and this is just one more way.
- Protein from animal products is best for bone strength.
- A diet high in protein is often used to combat or slow osteoporosis.
- Bone strength and microstructure are both affected by and linked to a protein diet.
"While no link has been established between dietary protein and bone strength, it is also unclear whether the protein source has an effect on bone strength and structure."