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7 vitamins and minerals to help bone health

Aug 4th 2014 at 10:48 PM

Calcium is only a very small influence bone density if a solitary activity. So, want healthy bones, make full complement of vitamins and minerals below.6 tips for healthy joints in winter Decrease osteoarthritis pain without using drugs Recipes for increased endurance joints Eat more meat, fish, bone damage If you are worried about your bones will weaken over time, then think of a number of vitamins and essential minerals.

Surely you know that calcium and vitamin D is absolutely necessary for healthy bones. Calcium is the main component of bone and vitamin D helps calcium to be absorbed to ensure the body. However, calcium and vitamin D are just two of many essential vitamins of the vitamin D and minerals needed for bone.

In fact, calcium is only a very small influence bone density if a solitary activity. therefore, want healthy bones, make full complement of vitamins and minerals under here. vitamin K Vitamin K is a in the vitamins and minerals needed for healthy bones. Out of vitamin K, vitamin K2 is important for bone health.

Vitamin K is important for bone health and has been proven to improve bone density in patients with osteoporosis. Vitamin K2 can activate osteocalcin effects, a protein needed to absorb calcium into the bones. vitamin K2 is also anti-inflammatory for the body, is useful because the infection will increase production capacity osteoclast .

You can find vitamin K2 in the egg yolks, cheese, sauerkraut, fermented soy magnates. Vitamin K1 is found in green leafy vegetables, and can be easily converted into vitamin K2 by the healthy bacteria in your gut. Give your body the necessary amount of vitamin K in a long period of time will ensure that your bones healthy.

Vitamin B is essential for strong bones. Vitamin B6, B12, folate, riboflavin and work together to prevent homocysteine ​​from accumulating in your body. Homocysteine ​​causes broken bones, and hinder collagen cross-linking. This is important because collagen is the main protein component of bone. To keep homocysteine ​​levels to a minimum,

you need to give your body adequate amounts of B vitamins. Vitamins C You might think that vitamin C does not have related to bone by vitamin C helps strengthen the immune system , fight free radicals and make skin healthy.

However, vitamin C also helps your bones healthy. Vitamins are important for bone because it is a "partner" of collagen. Vitamins also stimulates bone-building cells, reducing inflammation. In this winter,

you should eat more oranges and strawberries to provide enough vitamin C to the body. Magnesium Magnesium is a mineral that can enable more than 300 enzymes involved and the energy production of the enzyme.

Magnesium also regulates the secretion of calcitonin, a hormone to maintain calcium levels in the blood. Excellent source of magnesium for the body include pumpkin seeds, spinach cooked and raw cacao. Zinc Zinc is one of the important mineral for healthy bones. Zinc stimulation of collagen synthesis and bone formation.

Zinc also reduces bone degradation and slow the process of osteoclast production. Magnesium is plentiful in pumpkin seeds.

Silica Silica is a trace mineral essential for healthy bones. Because trace mineral silica is too much is not necessary. Silica and vitamin C, which increases collagen production. Silica helps increase calcium absorption, and prevents calcium accumulation in the soft muzzle.

You can find silica on potato and cucumber. Boron Like silica, boron is a range of micronutrients , so you only need 3-5mg of boron per day is enough. As silica, boron is a trace mineral and is only 3-5 mg a day is necessary. Boron converted into the active form of estrogen, which increases the ability of your muscles to absorb magnesium.

Boron is also necessary for the reaction converting vitamin D into its active form. The usefulness of boron is not only limited to the activation of estrogen and vitamin D.

An experiment was conducted by the USDA showed that boron reduces calcium excretion in postmenopausal women 44%!. Dried fruits, nuts and butter are excellent sources of boron.

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