How to Get Stronger Bones (Page 3)

Pack your diet with produce

2. Pack Your Diet with Produce

Some research suggests that older people who consume more fruits and vegetables have denser bones than those who eat less. One reason for this may be that most fruits and vegetables provide good amounts of potassium and many—particularly leafy greens—contain magnesium and vitamin K too. Emerging research suggests that all three of these nutrients may be important for maintaining healthy bones.

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