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Hi ladyeve, writing is a bit garbled in some place, so can't be read completely clearly.  Can you resend.


Hi Ladyeve, yes i agree with Eunice. it was not  visibly clear. I know you always have some good , interesting things to read.

Having a strong frame is vital not only to provide structure to the body but also to protect the internal organs and anchor the muscles. Besides this, a healthy set of bones is vital for good posture, balance and strength. The two key ingredients to help you develop strong bones are calcium and phosphorus. Apart from this, smaller amounts of other nutrients like vitamins, proteins and minerals are also required in a balanced manner. Although the process of developing healthy bones begins at birth, it is essential to maintain a proper diet program at all ages. This becomes particularly important after about 30 years of age or following menopause in women when the bone density reduces drastically. Here are some “super foods” to help you boost your bone density at any age.

Greens: Dark green leafy veggies like broccoli and bok choy are good sources of calcium. Apart from this, you can also obtain your daily dose of calcium from traditional soul food favorites, collards and turnip greens. The alkaline effect of eating a diet rich in these vegetables will help you to strengthen your bones and promote bone growth by preventing calcium loss. Also, the plant sterols (steroid hormones) are converted to a hormone, calciferol, required for calcium absorption.

Nuts and Seeds: There are different ways by which nuts and seeds can help you bolster bone growth. Besides being high in calcium, walnuts, almonds and flaxseeds are packed with minerals and omega-3-fatty acids. The presence of potassium in certain nuts like almonds and peanuts also help to protect loss of calcium via urine.

Orange Juice: Oranges are must-haves for healthy bone growth as they are loaded with beneficial nutrients like vitamins, minerals and calcium. They can be especially used by individuals who have intolerance to lactose and cannot obtain their daily calcium requirements from dairy products. Hence, try incorporating more oranges in your daily diet to help your bones become stronger and healthier.

Combined with regular exercise these food products can influence the maintenance of a strong skeleton by positively influencing the controllable factors.

thanks ladyeve!! 


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