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Nutritional Influences on Bone Health [electronic book]

edited by Peter Burckhardt, Bess Dawson-Hughes, Connie Weaver
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EBook; Book; Online
Published
London : Springer, 2013.
Language
English
ISBN
9781447127697 (electronic bk.), 1447127692 (electronic bk.), 9781447127680, 1447127684
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Contents
  • Nutrition, aging, and chronic low-grade systemic inflammation in relation to osteoporosis and sarcopenia
  • Interactions of dietary patterns, systemic inflammation and bone health
  • Weight loss and physical activity in obese older adults: impact on skeletal muscle and bone
  • The hormonal milieu in obesity and influences on the trabecular, cortical and geometric properties of bone
  • Emerging nutritional and lifestyle risk factors for bone health in young women: a mixed longitudinal twin study
  • Dieatry fat composition and age related muscle loss
  • Relationships between body fat and bone mass
  • Acid-base hopeostasis and skeletal health: current thinking an future perspectives
  • When is low potential renal acid load (PRAL) beneficial for bone?
  • The effect of alkaline potassium salts on calcium and bone metabolism
  • The effects of protein supplementation on bone mass in chinese postmenopausal women
  • The negative effect of a high-protein-low-calcium diet
  • Prebiotics, probiotics, polyunsaturated fatty acids, and bone health
  • Comparison of natural products for effects on bone balance
  • Citrus flavanones and bone health
  • Intake of B vitamins and carotenoids in relation to risk of hip fracture in elderly chinese
  • Dietary anthocyanidins and bone health
  • Chapter relative effects of vitamin D3 and calcifediol
  • Physical performance, muscle strength, falls, and vitamin D
  • Vitamin D status in relation to veiling, obesity, and milk intake in Saudi women
  • Serum 25(OH)D and calcium intake predict changes in hip BMD and structure in young active men
  • The comparative effects of vitamin D2 versus vitamin D3 supplementation in improving serum 25(OH)D status: a review of the evidence
  • Vitamin D supplementation and changes in vitamin D and bone metabolites in children
  • Determinants of the 25-hydroxyvitamin D response to vitamin D supplements
  • Strategies for improving vitamin D status: focus on fortification
  • Vitamin D and calcium absorption: toward a new model
  • Do desirable vitamin D levels vary globally?
  • Sexual dimorphism in bone and body composition in rural Gambian prepubertal children habituated to a low calcium intake
  • The likely importance of specific dairy foods in relation to bone health: current knowledge and future challenges
  • Galacto-oligosaccharides: prebiotic effects on calsium absorption and bone health
  • The relationship of weight-bearing physical activity and dietary calcium intake with bone mass accural in the bone mineral density in childhood study cohort
  • Preventing malnutrition to reduce fracture risk in aged care residents. A dairy-based protein, calcium, and vitamin D supplement reduce falls and femoral neck bone loss in aged care residents: a cluster randomized trial
  • Calcium metabolism in Mexican American adolescents
  • Calcium is not only safe but important for health
  • Cardiovacular safety of calcium supplements
  • Blueberry in calciumm-and vitamin D-enriched fermented milk is able to modulate bone metabolism in prosmenopausal women.
Description
xviii, 387 p., : ills., tabs., figs., (some col.) : digital.
Notes
  • Selected conference papers.
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
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