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Bone mass and lifestyle-effect of exercise and nutrition



Bone mass and lifestyle-effect of exercise and nutrition



Clinical Calcium 14(11): 26-37



This article discussed the effect of exercise and/or nutrition on bone mineral density (BMD), and the quality and quantity of exercise and nutrition for the primary prevention of osteoporosis. The evidence suggested that exercise and nutritional supplements are effective for increasing BMD among children or to inhibit the loss of BMD after menopause. However, the evidence to discuss the effective kind and amount of exercise is limited. In addition, more evidence is needed about increasing the nutritional intake from food and combination with nutritional supplements. After the intervention, the effects of exercise and nutrition were lost. Thus lifestyle modification should be easy to accept and continue.

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