Kids Need Vegetables to Build Strong Bones

This study is a great follow-up to the story I posted last year questioning whether or not you really needed calcium to build strong bones. In childhood, building strong bones reflects the genetic and environmental influences on calcium and bone metabolism. The amount of calcium excreted in the urine is one factor of calcium balance that provides insights into the effects of dietary intake on calcium and bone metabolism. Over 90 percent of the calcium excreted in urine reflects bone turnover...

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