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B Vitamin for Bone Health

Posted Jan 04 2013 10:11pm

Previously, studies have investigated the role of B vitamins to maintain bone health.  Z Dai, from National University of Singapore (Singapore), and colleagues analyzed data from 63,257 men and women, ages 45 to 74 years, enrolled in the Singapore Chinese Health Study. The researchers found that those women with the highest quartile intake of Vitamin B6 (0.78-1.76 mg/1,000 kcal/day) had a 22 % reduction in hip fracture risk, as compared to women in the lowest quartile intake (0.37-0.61 mg/1,000 kcal/day).  Dietary intakes of the other B vitamins of interest were not related to hip fracture risk; and no correlative effects were seen in men. The study authors conclude that: “Our findings suggest that maintaining adequate intake of pyridoxine may prevent osteoporotic fractures among elderly women.”

Dai Z, Wang R, Ang LW, Yuan JM, Koh WP.  “Dietary B vitamin intake and risk of hip fracture: the Singapore Chinese Health Study.”  Osteoporos Int. 2012 Dec 13.

  
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#101 - Flush with Food
Thanks to today’s contemporary lifestyle of fast foods, our 24/7/365 accessibility, and the growing pressures of many of us in our professional and personal lives, we have become a population of toxemics. “Toxemia” is the medical term that defines a condition in which our bodies accumulate poisonous substances to such a point that levels exceed the ability of our body systems to cleanse them away. Medical conditions associated with toxemia include:

• Hepatitis A, B, C, D, E, F, and G

• Liver damage, including cirrhosis

• Diarrhea

• Constipation

• Irritable bowel syndrome

• Leaky gut syndrome

Include fiber in your everyday diet, because fiber can promote the digestive and elimination processes to help your body get rid of toxins (see Tip 42).
 
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