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Nutrition and Osteoporosis

  • Petr FojtíkEmail author
  • Martin Kliment
  • Pavel Novosad
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Abstract

Nutrition in treatment of osteoporosis is currently in the centre of attention of research activities as it contributes to bone quality throughout the whole life, during bone maturation as well as in adulthood. In addition to common therapeutic procedures consisting in pharmacological interventions, nutrition plays one of the key roles in treatment of advanced osteoporosis.

Keywords

Celiac Disease Bone Quality Potassium Salt Peak Bone Mass Internal Environment 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Vítkovická Hospital a.s.Ostrava-VitkoviceCzech Republic
  2. 2.OsteocentreMediekos Labor s.r.o.ZlinCzech Republic

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