As time passes, mainly after the age of 30, the processes of bone breakdown accelerate their rate, which increases the risk of osteoporosis. Here, specialist recommendations to keep bones strong and healthy
Bone is a firm organ, made up of hard and soft tissues, which is in a dynamic process of formation and decomposition, regulated by hormones and nutrients that are vitally important for its proper functioning.
Although what is best known is that early childhood is the time when the “deposit” of calcium is developed for life, so the children’s diet must contain dairy derivatives that are the quintessential foods rich in that nutrient, in adulthood, calcium intake is still necessary, and in some cases, it may be necessary to supplement the diet with this mineral.(more…)