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David Ogden
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Millk and Bone Health

Published on 7/23/2012
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Heathy Weight Loss Milk and bone health Now I was always brought up to know that milk is good for you and helps build healthy bones, but it seems that this is wrong, its a bit late for me anyway. Apparently a group of doctors in the USA think that:- "Milk is high in sugar, high in fat and high in animal protein" — all of which counters its purported benefits to bone health, the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine argues. Many people throughout the world drink milk because of its calcium content, however there is no proof that taking calcium in milk improves bone growth, there are in fact better ways of including this nutrient in your diet by eating beans or cereals. The amount of calcium your body ultimately absorbs from food depends on a variety of other factors, including your genes, how much vitamin D you get, how much you exercise, and other dietary influences, some products which contain animal protein, sodium and caffeine prevent calcium absorption. One of the best ways of improving bone health is to exercise especially weight bearing exercise like walking, running or jumping a rope is a key contributor. The problem is people are lazy, nowadays kids seem more interested is playing virtual games on phones and ipads during breaks, so fall far short of the recommended hour of daily exercise — which helps explain why more than a third of American adults and 17% of kids and teens are obese. I stopped outside my sons school the other day and was amazed at how fat the children looked compared with my childhood where 30 minutes of exercise was the normal start to the day. Healthy weight loss also helps improve bone strength, as do refraining from smoking and drinking too much alcohol. Yours In Health David Ogden
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