Can vitamin C reduce your risk of osteoporosis?
|Can vitamin C reduce your risk of osteoporosis?||Darrell Miller||07/31/18|
July 31, 2018 08:53 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Can vitamin C reduce your risk of osteoporosis?
A recent British Journal of Medicine article by a group of Iranian researchers examined a vast swathe of research to see whether Vitamin C consumption helps prevent osteoporosis by increasing bone density. Although the design of the research was only adequate to prove correlation and not causation, the evidence did indicate that higher Vitamin C intake does tend to be associated with healthier and denser bones. As Vitamin C tends to be found in nutrient-rich produce, more research would be needed to see if this is due to Vitamin an soecifixally or to other nutrients commonly found in the same foods.
- A recent study sought to determine if adults who consumed more vitamin C had stronger bones and a reduced risk of osteoporosis.
- Vitamin C: an important nutrient for bone proteins and bone growth
- More vitamin C is associated with less risk of hip fracture in men and older adults
"Vitamin C is an essential nutrient that is needed by many of our bodily systems."
Read more: https://www.medicalnewsbulletin.com/can-vitamin-c-reduce-your-risk-osteoporosis/