Vitamins? Nutrients? Protein? Check. Check. And check.
A balanced diet which provides adequate nutrients is essential for our bone health. About 99% of the body’s calcium is found in our bones and teeth; Milk, yogurt and cheese are among the best dietary sources of calcium as it is easily absorbed and used by the body.
Vitamin D contributes to the normal absorption and utilisation of calcium. Although vitamin D is commonly referred to as the ‘sunshine vitamin’, dietary sources of vitamin D are still important, and include oily fish, eggs and fortified milk.
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Today I build my future body.
Weak bones can increase our risk of fracture, so we need to look after our bones throughout life by following a bone-friendly diet and lifestyle.