Nutritional Aspects of Osteoporosis

A Serono Symposia S.A. Publication

ISBN: 978-1-4612-7463-6 (Print) 978-1-4612-2228-6 (Online)

Table of contents (35 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xx

  2. Nutrition and Development of Bone in Childhood and Adolescence

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      Calcium Intake and Age Influence Calcium Retention in Adolescence

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      Pages 11-25

      The Effect of Enhanced Bone Gain Achieved with Calcium Supplementation During Ages 12 to 16 Does Not Persist in Late Adolescence

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      Pages 26-41

      Skeletal Development in Young Females: Endogenous Versus Exogenous Factors

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      Pages 42-49

      Teenage Girls Dietary Intake, Attitude Toward Dairy Products, and Bone Mineral Density One Year after the Cessation of a Dairy Product Food Supplement Study

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      Pages 50-55

      Bone Growth in Childhood and Adolescence: The Interpretation of Dietary Supplementation Trials

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      Pages 56-60

      Calcium Intake Is Not Related to the Increase of Bone Mass in Professional Football Players

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      Pages 61-66

      Associations of Physical Activity and Calcium Intake with Bone Characteristics in Women

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      Pages 67-82

      The Recommended Dietary Allowance for Calcium Is Unknown in Young Healthy Adults

  3. Nutrition and Genetics

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      Pages 83-83

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      Pages 85-98

      Interaction Between Genetic and Nutritional Factors

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      Pages 99-106

      Genetics—Dietary Calcium Interaction and Bone Mass

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      Pages 107-116

      The Influence of the Vitamin D and Estrogen Receptor Genotypes on Bone Mineral Density Changes in Teenage Girls Supplemented with Dairy Products

  4. IGF and Nutrition

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      Pages 117-117

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      Pages 119-130

      Nutritional Regulation of Hepatic Production of IGF-1

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      Pages 131-134

      Nutritional Factors Influencing IGF-1 Concentrations in Postmenopausal Women

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      Pages 135-140

      IGF-1 and Osteoporosis: Lessons from Mice and Men

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      Pages 141-154

      Protein Intake and Osteoporosis

  5. Various Nutritional Influences

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      Pages 155-155

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      Pages 157-162

      Dietary Xylitol Protects Against Osseal Changes in Experimental Osteoporosis

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      Pages 163-171

      Effects of Caffeine Consumption on Hip Fracture, Bone Density, and Calcium Retention

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      Pages 172-179

      Effects of Soy Isoflavones on Bone

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      Pages 180-184

      Voluntary Weight Reduction Increases Bone Turnover and Loss

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      Pages 185-190

      Adaptation of Young Men to High Phosphate Intake

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