Dairy with Vitamin D May Protect Senior People against Bone Loss
A new research, executed by the scientists from the Harvard-affiliated Hebrew Senior Life and the University of Massachusetts, shows that a combination of vitamin D supplements and certain dairies can protect seniors from age-related bone loss.
The study included participants who have been enrolled in the long-term Framingham Study, which began in 1948. The study followed the health and habits of residents of the town of Framingham, Massachusetts, USA.
The lead author Shivani Sahni of the study says that it is significant because it looked at dairy products other than just milk, and it also clarified that the association of dairy foods with bone density is dependent on adequate vitamin D intake.
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