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If there is an association between coffee drinking and osteoporosis, most people suspect it would be due to the caffeine. One study showed a lower bone mineral density in women who consumed more than 450 mg of caffeine daily. While the evidence suggests that women who consume 5-6 cups...
 
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Growing scientific evidence suggests that the same type of diet that promotes atherosclerosis may also promote osteoporosis. When most people think of high LDL (the “bad” cholesterol) levels in the blood, they associate it with clogged arteries and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. However, new research is now...
 

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One very important factor that impacts calcium balance and bone strength has received little attention. Human beings evolved on a diet consisting largely of fruits and vegetables supplemented with modest amounts of animal products. The metabolic residue from fruits and vegetables is highly alkaline due largely to their high potassium content and less so to ... Acid Forming Foods Weaken Bones
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Most people have heard it is important to get enough calcium and vitamin D to grow and maintain strong bones that can resist fractures. But few have heard of the bone strengthening effects of vitamin K. There are two main forms of vitamin K. Vitamin K1 is called phyoquinone or phytonadione and is found mainly ... Vitamin K Improves Bone Health
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According to the Institute of Medicine nearly 70% of older American women are taking calcium supple- ments hoping to cut their risk of osteoporotic fractures. Most data suggests taking calcium supplements reduce the risk of fractures only slightly. The safety of calcium supplements for women has been largely taken...