Healthy Everyday • Tuesday, 29/08/2023 - 16:14 (GMT+7)

Not only do they help you move and stay upright, bones also help protect your other organs and supply key minerals like calcium and phosphorus when the body needs them for other uses, according to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases.

“What we eat and the activities that we do throughout the years (have) an impact on bone health” says Angel Planells, RDN, a Seattle-based spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

To build and protect healthy bones, be sure to include these registered dietitian-approved foods in your diet.

1. Dairy Can Be an Excellent Source of Bone-Building Calcium

There’s a reason dairy products like milk, yogurt, and cheese always come up in conversations about bone health: They’re loaded with calcium, the main nutrient that contributes to bone strength and structure, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Both 1 cup of fat-free milk and 1 cup of plain nonfat Greek yogurt are excellent sources of calcium, according to nutrient estimates from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).

2. Nuts Provide Magnesium and Phosphorus to Help Strengthen Bones

Nuts contain some calcium, but they also offer two other nutrients essential to bone health: magnesium and phosphorus. Moreover magnesium helps you absorb and retain calcium in the bones.

3. Cruciferous Veggies Offer a Bevy of Nutrients That Help Fortify Bones

Cruciferous veggies include arugula, turnip greens, kale, cabbage, and broccoli is an excellent source of vitamin K and a source of calcium.

4. Fatty Fish Supplies Vitamin D, a Nutrient Necessary for Healthy Bones

Also known as the “sunshine” vitamin, vitamin D is fat-soluble and plays a key role in bone growth and remodeling. Though diet alone likely won’t provide you with enough vitamin D, fatty fish such as salmon, tuna, and rainbow trout provide some of the vitamin.

5. Fortified Juices and Whole-Grain Cereals Are Packed With Bone-Boosting Calcium

If your body can’t tolerate dairy, you can use foods fortified with calcium and vitamin D to fill in the gaps. Fortified foods like cereal and juice may even provide a higher amount of calcium than leafy greens like kale.

6. Food supplement

Besides natural food sources, you can also supplement calcium from functional foods such as CALCIUM BOSTON 500 MG vitamin supplement effervescent tablets.

Boston Pharma’s CALCIUM BOSTON 500 MG is a health supplement that helps:

- Prevention and treatment of calcium deficiency, providing calcium to prevent and treat osteoporosis of various origins.

- Prevention of decreased bone mineralization in the pre- and post-menopausal period.

- Supportive treatment in rickets and osteomalacia.

Each CALCIUM BOSTON 500 MG effervescent tablet contains: Calcium gluconolactate 2940 mg and Calcium carbonate 300 mg.

Boston Pharma’s CALCIUM BOSTON 500 MG is suitable for pregnant and lactating women with calcium deficiency, children in the growth period need calcium supplements, osteoporosis in menopause, the elderly, treatment with corticosteroids, gastrectomy or long-term immobilization.

CALCIUM BOSTON 500 MG is to be taken orally. Simply mix the effervescent tablets into a 300 ml glass of water and wait until completely dissolved. For adults and children over 10 years old can take 2 tablets per day. For children from 6 to 10 years old, 1 tablet per day helps to fully supplement the amount of calcium needed by the child's body.

The product is available at drugstores nationwide.



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