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The 7 Best Bone-Building Foods

December 12, 2020

From the Everyday Health website

It pays to care for your bones. Not only do they help you move and stay upright, they also help protect your delicate internal organs, and supply key minerals like calcium and phosphorus when the body needs them for other uses, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Unfortunately, by the age of 40, these important structures begin to lose mass as the body stops replacing old bone, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS). This gradual loss can affect your ability to move under your own power, and increases your risk of developing a debilitating condition like osteoporosis — unless you stock up on nutrients needed to stem your losses.

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