Diet, Osteoporosis, and Fracture Prevention: The Totality of the Evidence View Full Text


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2009-08-31

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Robert P. Heaney

ABSTRACT

Osteoporosis is currently defined as a condition of skeletal fragility due to decreased bone mass and to microarchitectural deterioration of bone tissue, with consequent increased risk of fracture. The condition is multifactorial in pathogenesis. Nutrition affects bone health in two distinct ways. First, bone tissue deposition, maintenance, and repair are the result of cellular processes, which are as dependent on nutrition as are the corresponding processes of any other tissue. The production of bone matrix, for example, requires the synthesis and post-translational modification of collagen and an array of other proteins. Nutrients involved in these cellular activities include not only the amino acid building blocks of the protein itself, but vitamins C, D, and K, and the minerals phosphorus, copper, manganese, and zinc. Additionally, the regulation of calcium homeostasis through modulation of bone resorption requires normal magnesium nutrition. Second, the skeleton serves as a very large nutrient reserve for two elements, calcium and phosphorus. More... »

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443-469

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