Bones

The first supplement that comes to mind when we consider osteoporosis is calcium. There's no doubt that calcium is important to build up and maintain the strength of our bones, but high levels in our diets or in supplements do not necessarily mean that the calcium is actually reaching our bones. When we consume calcium we need both stomach acid and vitamin D in order to absorb calcium properly. Many other nutrients are equally crucial for healthy bones, and these include magnesium, vitamin C vitamin D, zinc and boron. This is why it is important not to focus exclusively on calcium as a supplement for bone health, but to take a range of nutrients that are important for the bones.

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