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Which food is good for health specialy for bone,s ??

  1. badermunir2011 profile image58
    badermunir2011posted 6 years ago

    Which  food  is  good  for  health  specialy    for  bone,s  ??

    which  food  is  good  for  health  specialy  for   bon,s  ??

  2. beebong profile image65
    beebongposted 6 years ago

    A food supplement that contains high levels of calcium is seseme seeds which are often added to wholemeal bread. Also most nuts are excellent as they contain enzimes that counteract colllesterol, heart diease and reduce the chances of cancer. But the best approach is to have a balanced diet of fruit, vegtables and regular fish dishes without vitamin pills to live a long and healthy life. The races with long life spans are Greeks and Japanese; both eat fish, olives and fresh salads.

  3. Glen619 profile image57
    Glen619posted 6 years ago

    Well according to me natural food items are the best for bones all food items high in calcium are good for instance fish, milk and curd are good options.

  4. Rob Bell profile image74
    Rob Bellposted 6 years ago

    Broccoli has good levels of calcium.  Very nice chopped up in a salad.

    Also rich in calcium, curly kale and red kidney beans.  All good for the bones.

  5. profile image0
    bhaveshdhanani03posted 6 years ago

    i think food which is rich in  proteinn.

  6. rob_allen profile image83
    rob_allenposted 6 years ago

    Go for foods that are naturally rich in calcium. Drink milk, eat cheese!

  7. tsmog profile image81
    tsmogposted 6 years ago

    thanks beebong, I will keep that in mind. I like fish, salads, both green and black olives and nuts of all kinds. Brocolli sounds good to Rob Bell. I agree with most of these answers if not all.

  8. lanealanea profile image61
    lanealaneaposted 6 years ago

    Low fat milk. I personally like goats milk as it has a lot of great properties in it.

  9. Myfanwy profile image72
    Myfanwyposted 6 years ago

    Anything with Calcium and Magnesium in it is good for your bones.

  10. NatureLover64 profile image60
    NatureLover64posted 6 years ago

    When it comes to strong bones two key nutrients come to mind, that is Vitamin D and Calcium.  The following 10 food items are a great source of either or both.

    Yogurt, milk, cheese, sardines, eggs, salmon, spinach, fortified cereal, tuna, collard greens.

    Most people get their vitamin D by exposure to sunlight but a food fortified with vitamin D is Yogurt.  Calcium is got from milk.  You can get brands now though that are fortified with Vitamin D.  Cheese contains Calcium and a small amount of vitamin D which is insufficient to meet your daily requirement.  Sardines have a surprisingly high level of both Calcium and Vitamin D. Egg yolk contains about 6% of your daily requirement of Vitamin D. A 3 ounce piece of sockeye salmon contains more than 100% of your Vitamin D. One cup of spinach that is cooked contains about 25% of your daily calcium requirement amongst other nutrients. Certain cereals like whole grain and wheaties contain about 25% of your daily vitamin D requirement.  Tuna is a good source of vitamin D 3 ounces of canned tuna provide about 39% of your daily requirement. Collard greens like spinach is full of calcium. One cup of cooked collard greens contains more than 25% of your daily dose of calcium.

  11. profile image52
    kevinpriorposted 5 years ago

    My doctor at Lewis Orthopaedics has prescribed me the following diet for healthy bones:
    1. Dairy products: Yogurt and milk are rich sources of calcium and vitamin D.
    2. Sardines and salmon: These are kinds of fishes, are a very good source of calcium and vitamin D.
    3. Calcium fortified orange juice is another component of diet that can be used to build up strong bones.

 
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