This book is based on presentations given at the Fifth International Symposium on Nutritional Aspects of Osteoporosis held in Lausanne, Switzerland in 2003. Although an often neglected chapter of medical research, the nutritional influences on bone health was a discussed topic at this congress. Also discussed were new insights into the role of proteins, vitamins, potassium, vegetables, food acid load, mineral waters and calcium.
This book is based on presentations given at the Fifth International Symposium on Nutrional Aspects of Osteoporosis held in Lausanne, Switzerland in 2003. Although an often neglected chapter of medical research, the nutritional influences on bone health was a discussed topic at this congress. Also discussed were new insights into the role of proteins, vitamins, potassium, vegetables, food acid load, mineral waters and calcium.
Nutritionists, Bone Biologists, Endocrinologists
Sponsors Contributors Preface Part I Calcium in Childhood1. Bone Mineral Density of the Skull and Lower Extremities During Growth and Calcium Supplementation Abstract Introduction Method Results Discussion Acknowledgments References 2. Calcium Retention in Adolescence as a Function of Calcium Intake: Influence of Race and Gender Abstract Introduction Methods for Determining Calcium Retention and Metabolism Racial Differences in Calcium Metabolism Gender Differences in Calcium Metabolism Further Directions References 3. Longitudinal Study of Diet and Lifestyle Intervention on Bone Mineral Gain in School Children and Adolescents: Effects of Asian Traditional Diet and Sitting Style on Bone Mineral Abstract Introduction Subjects and Methods Results Discussion Acknowledgment References 4. A Co-Twin Calcium Intervention Trial in Premenarcheal Girls: Cortical Bone Effects by Hip Structural Analysis Abstract Introduction Methods Statistical Analyses Results Discussion References 5. Calcium Carbonate Supplementation is Associated with Higher Plasma IGF-1 in 16- to 18-Year-Old Boys and Girls Abstract Introduction Methods Results Discussion Conclusions Acknowledgments References
Part II Dairy Products, Calcium Metabolism6. Nutrients, Interactions, and Foods: The Importance of Source Introduction Calcium and Diet Quality Calcium and Protein Phosphorus and Calcium Conclusion References
Part III Vitamins, Flavonoids7. Vitamin K and Bone Health Abstract Int
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CHUV, Department of Medicine, Lausanne, Switzerland
Tufts University, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.A.
"...covers important aspects of nutrition and bone health...Students of nutrition and osteoporosis will find this book critical to their study." - American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (April 2005) "This book provides a general overview of the current understanding of various nutritional and hormonal elements related to the etiology and treatment of osteoporosis. The focus on clinical research makes it a useful tool for researchers in the basic sciences for understanding the current status of clinical studies, as well as a useful tool for clinical researchers for general information about areas of research outside their own." -Katie Beth Williams, BS, PhD in progress(University of Wisconsin-Madison)for DOODYS