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Bone density – a measure of bone health
03.September.2021

Bone density – a measure of bone health

by: Dr Supp

Bone density – a measure of bone health Bones are pretty rigid; they form the skeletal system supporting various organs and motion. Bones are also quite dynamic and are not some inert objects. Bones play an essential role in the formation of blood cells and immunity.The rigidity of bones is due to their high calcium and phosphorus content, which are present as...

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About Osteoporosis and bone denisity
03.September.2021

About Osteoporosis and bone denisity

by: Dr Supp

Osteoporosis ("porous bone") is one of the most common diseases in postmenopausal women; It affects about 40% of women after menopause, but does not miss men either. About 12% of...

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Osteoporosis or decreased bone density
03.September.2021

Osteoporosis or decreased bone density

by: Dr Supp

Osteoporosis or decreased bone density is a very common phenomenon in Israel and the Western world. The phenomenon weakens the bones and makes them fragile.  In order for the bone to remain dense and...

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Choosing the right calcium supplement for optimal health
03.September.2021

Choosing the right calcium supplement for optimal health

by: Dr. Supp

Choosing the right calcium supplement for optimal health Calcium is one of the vital minerals, micronutrients essential for optimal health. It helps maintain more robust bones and teeth. It is also needed for muscle contraction, nerve signal propagation, the release of hormones, and much more.Adults should be taking 1000 mg or more of calcium daily for optimal bone health. However,...

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The need for calcium
03.September.2021

The need for calcium

by: Dr. Supp

The need for calcium Calcium is among the most abundant of all the minerals in the body. It means that, unlike other minerals, the human body requires calcium in more significant...

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Osteoporosis – an under-recognized health issue
03.September.2021

Osteoporosis – an under-recognized health issue

by: Dr. Supp

Osteoporosis – an under-recognized health issue In osteoporosis, bones become weak and brittle due to their demineralization. It is a huge global problem with an estimated more than 200 million people...

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