Milk and yogurt protect against osteoporosis


05/02/2013

Consumption of dairy products with low-fat elderly people need every day. This protects the bone preventing osteoporosis. Fatty milk products similar effect with no effect.

In people aged 50 years and older who use every day for at least three servings of low-fat milk or yogurt, was a higher bone density than their peers who neglect these products. This is the conclusion drawn by researchers from Harvard University, reports the publication Daily Mail.

The study included the participation of more than 3,200 people who are screened prior to the regular use of low-fat dairy products and after. The results showed that the amount of calcium and vitamin D in the body of participants has increased, and the consumption of saturated fats are practically not improved.

Meanwhile, the scientists note that the milk produced on the basis of more fatty foods, such as cream, fermented baked milk or ice cream does not have a similar effect. Nutrients therein is much less, while fat and sugar is contained in excess.

Osteoporosis - a serious disorder in which bone density decreases, they become more fragile. The disease is characterized mainly for the elderly and middle-aged people. In the UK this problem, according to statistics, is facing nearly one in two women and one in five men over the age of 50 years.


Omega-3 prevents the development of osteoarthritis
Unhealthy diet expectant mother spoils the taste preferences of the baby
Human hair is kept clear map of his travels
Sugar is also dangerous to human health, such as tobacco and alcohol
WHO has made a raw food diet and vegetarianism to the list of diseases