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Monday, August 27, 2018

Strong Bones Means Strong Body! 8 Food And Drinks For Healthy Bones

Because strong bones means strong body, we must know the food and drinks that can keep our bones healthy.
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According to Natural Food Series, unhealthy bones can create significant problems as they unable a person to perform even minor tasks such as walking and holding a heavy object, among others.


"Healthy bones determine a healthy body.  If you feel inflammation in the joints, it could be a sign of weak bones. You must learn that fragile bones are prone to various problems including bone fractures and deterioration. The condition could get worse if you don’t opt for the solutions in this regard," it warned.

Here are some of the food and drinks that keep the bones strong and healthy:

1. Almonds
According to nutritionists, almonds are the only nuts high in calcium. Moreover, by eating such, one can also absorb a decent amount of magnesium which is considered a necessary mineral regarding bone strengthening. 

2. Sweet Potato
Expert said that without regular consumption of magnesium, the body may not balance vitamin D well; and it needs potassium to prevent bone deterioration caused by acidic reactions. Sweet potato could become a natural source in this context. 


3. Orange juice

Orange juice is fortified with nutrients, such as calcium and vitamin D. Drinking this first thing in the morning helps strengthen a person's bones! 



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4. Salmon, sardines, and mackerel
Salmon, sardines, and mackerel contains calcium, magnesium, and potassium. Three ounces of grilled salmon fillet include 88 mg of calcium which is hugely beneficial for the bones. Moreover, two to three servings of either sardines or mackerel in a week prevent significant calcium deficiency.

5. Tofu
Tofu provide magnesium, protein, and calcium.

6. Milk

All dairy products, such as milk (dairy and non-dairy), Greek yogurt, and cheese are recommended to people who wants to have strong bones. Greek yogurt and milk (both dairy and non-dairy) can effectively deliver adequate supplies of both calcium and Vitamin D.
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 Because strong bones means strong body, we must know the food and drinks that can keep our bones healthy.  Advertisement      According to Natural Food Series, unhealthy bones can create significant problems as they unable a person to perform even minor tasks such as walking and holding a heavy object, among others.     "Healthy bones determine a healthy body.  If you feel inflammation in the joints, it could be a sign of weak bones. You must learn that fragile bones are prone to various problems including bone fractures and deterioration. The condition could get worse if you don’t opt for the solutions in this regard," it warned.    Here are some of the food and drinks that keep the bones strong and healthy:    1. Almonds  According to nutritionists, almonds are the only nuts high in calcium. Moreover, by eating such, one can also absorb a decent amount of magnesium which is considered a necessary mineral regarding bone strengthening.     2. Sweet Potato  Expert said that without regular consumption of magnesium, the body may not balance vitamin D well; and it needs potassium to prevent bone deterioration caused by acidic reactions. Sweet potato could become a natural source in this context.     3. Orange juice   Orange juice is fortified with nutrients, such as calcium and vitamin D. Drinking this first thing in the morning helps strengthen a person's bones!       Ads  4. Salmon, sardines, and mackerel  Salmon, sardines, and mackerel contains calcium, magnesium, and potassium. Three ounces of grilled salmon fillet include 88 mg of calcium which is hugely beneficial for the bones. Moreover, two to three servings of either sardines or mackerel in a week prevent significant calcium deficiency.    5. Tofu  Tofu provide magnesium, protein, and calcium.    6. Milk   All dairy products, such as milk (dairy and non-dairy), Greek yogurt, and cheese are recommended to people who wants to have strong bones. Greek yogurt and milk (both dairy and non-dairy) can effectively deliver adequate supplies of both calcium and Vitamin D.  Ads      7. Cereals  Most breakfast cereals are fortified with bone-boosting nutrients. It also has other nutrients, such as fiber, magnesium and iron.    However, consumers must also be wary of sugar and bad fats and should check labels before purchasing.    8. Cheese   Just 1.5 ounces of cheddar cheese contains more than 30 percent of a person's daily value of calcium.     One, on the other hand, must not eat it in excess.    For additional knowledge on how to keep your bones healthy, watch this:    This article was filed under Health, Health news, Healthy life news, Newshealth, Healthy Living, Health blogs, Health benefits, Food, Drinks, and Bones.

7. Cereals
Most breakfast cereals are fortified with bone-boosting nutrients. It also has other nutrients, such as fiber, magnesium and iron.

However, consumers must also be wary of sugar and bad fats and should check labels before purchasing.

8. Cheese

Just 1.5 ounces of cheddar cheese contains more than 30 percent of a person's daily value of calcium. 

One, on the other hand, must not eat it in excess.

For additional knowledge on how to keep your bones healthy, watch this:

This article was filed under Health, Health news, Healthy life news, Newshealth, Healthy Living, Health blogs, Health benefits, Food, Drinks, and Bones.
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