What teen bones need to be strong

A specific dietary pattern is particularly beneficial to bone development during the teenage years, say Australian researchers.

High intakes of protein, calcium and potassium in mid-adolescence are associated with higher bone mineral density and bone mineral content by the age of 20, they say.

In other words, the best diet during these vital years when bone mass accrual occurs is one that is high in low-fat dairy

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