Bone Health

April 04, 2012

Vitamin K is definitely KING when it comes to bone health! Research shows that high intake of the nutrient is closely associated with bone density. Green leafy vegetables are one of the best sources of Vitamin K. Scientists find that women consuming around three hundred micrograms a day have greater bone density! You don't have to eat much to reap the benefits! One cup of spinach has around three hundred and sixty micrograms, brussel sprouts have two hundred and thirty five and broccoli weight in with one hundred and thirteen. Vitamin K interacts with the bodies chemistry to provide healthy bones. It works by allowing a particular protein to take its place in the skeletal structure! Talk to a nutritionist for more important information! In the meantime, add a little green to your plate!

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