Move over milk! Consuming soy protein during childhood can can prevent bone loss in adulthood, a new study in mice suggests.
High cholesterol, which is a known factor for the decrease in heart health may harm more than our cardiovascular systems and lead to bone loss, say researchers including one of Indian-origin.
For World Osteoporosis Day 2016, we've listed foods that can lead to bone loss as well as what you should eat. After all, nutrition and osteoporosis are closely linked.
Milk, curd, buttermilk and all dairy products are good for us and important for the body in our growing up years. However, drinking milk alone doesn't secure us from developing bone related problems.
Teenagers who are obese as well as those who lose excessive weight may both be at risk of irreparable damage to their bones, a new study has found.
According to a study, eating a diet rich in both soy protein and isoflavones can protect menopausal women from bone weakening and osteoporosis.