Magnesium 'could prevent broken bones'
|Magnesium 'could prevent broken bones'||Darrell Miller||04/19/17|
April 19, 2017 08:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Magnesium 'could prevent broken bones'
Iron and calcium, in combination with eating healthy and other vitamins and supplements, is known to help strengthen your skeletal system, helping to prevent fractures and broken bones. However, a recent survey has shown that magnesium, taken either in a pill form or in increased amounts in your diet, is equally important in the overall health of your skeletal system. So, if you worry about your bones being weak, find a way to increase your magnesium intake.
- As people get older, they are more prone to broken bones, but research has been done saying that offering magnesium supplements could help prevent broken bones after falls.
- A 20 year survey has been done with the result that men with higher magnesium level were less likely to have bone fractures from falls, and at least 22 percent of these individuals had no broken bones
- This study can only provide a correlation, but not a causation as to whether or not there is a direct relation and affect between levels and broken bones.
"Researchers say offering magnesium supplements to some older people could help prevent broken bones after falls."
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