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New Dietary Implications for Optimal Bone Health

The skeleton is well-designed to resist various types of mechanical stresses while providing shape and support to the body and its internal structures. It is comprised of various types of bones which possess mineral and protein components that optimize its rigidity and resistance to tension. The protein component is mostly collagen (and forms the attachment sites for muscle) which represents about 33% of bone, while the mineral components (calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, carbonate and phosphate) represent the structural component.

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