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Dietary salt affects biochemical markers of resorption and formation of bone in elderly women



Dietary salt affects biochemical markers of resorption and formation of bone in elderly women



Bmj 299(6703): 834-835



High dietary intakes of sodium chloride increase calciuria and are considered a risk factor for osteoporosis. We investigated the short term effects of salt intakes of 70 and 170 mmol/day on variables of resorption of bone (urinary hydroxyproline excretion) and formation of bone (serum osteocalcin concentration) in elderly women.

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PMID: 2510848

DOI: 10.2307/29705499



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