Calcium and Vitamin D…

9 May

do not reduce hip fractures. Whether used separately or together, the two common supplements do not reduce the risk of breaking a hip compared with use of placebo or no treatment.

Research shows that the best advice for people concerned with bone health is to eat a healthy diet and engage in weight-bearing activity.

Source: Bottom Line Personal 4-2018 Analysis by researchers at Tianjin Hospital, China, of 33 clinical trials involving 51,145 participants over age 50, published in JAMA and reported in The Washington Post.

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