Fewer grains and more fruits and vegetables may keep your bones strong
|Fewer grains and more fruits and vegetables may keep your bones strong||Darrell Miller||02/07/17|
February 07, 2017 07:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Fewer grains and more fruits and vegetables may keep your bones strong
It is a well known fact that vegetables and fruits and fresh food are much healthier than a heavy grain diet. What most people do not understand is that eating less grain can also mean stronger bones. Along with being healthier it is possible to save your bones with less grain in your diet.
- 92 percent of LEMTRADA patience had an infusion reaction.
- We get 500 more calories from grains than we did in the 1970's.
- We eat 40 percent more grain than we did in the 1970's and need to eat less.
"The outlook for bone health isn't all doom and gloom, fortunately. In 2015, Dawson-Hughes and her team found that certain dietary supplements may counteract the effects of acid on bone. Their study, published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, involved 244 women and men over age 50. Half were given daily supplements of potassium bicarbonate (a potent alkali), the rest a placebo."