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– Osteoporosis affects more than 2 million people per year worldwide, and preventive medicine is the best way to deal with this disease, and to take a group of foods that strengthen bones, as in the following list published by the Fit and Nutrition website, "he said.
Broccoli and broccoli
They contain high levels of magnesium, vitamin K, folic acid, vitamin B6 and calcium, which are important components for building bones and giving them strength.
Calcium, boron, and vitamin K are beneficial for bones, contrary to what many believe is a large amount of water.
This green leafy vegetable contains a lot of vitamin K, as well as significant levels of vitamin B6, calcium and magnesium.
This health drink is rich in many elements needed to strengthen the structure and strength of bones, and to repair torn tissue.
Small parsley helps absorb more vitamins like K1 and K2, which play a role in stimulating one of the important proteins in increasing bone growth and strength.
Oatmeal generally provides a variety of important ingredients to improve bone health, but avoid oatmeal or stored in cans for long periods of time.
Alkaline ingredients are available in the supporting bone structures of lemons, including vitamin C, which helps the body absorb calcium.
Cabbage is characterized by high levels of vitamin K, vitamin B6 and folic acid. Cabbage can help fight osteoporosis in the future.
Vitamin K is high in green beans, a key tonic of protein that promotes calcium absorption in bones.
Calcium and vitamin D in milk and milk products play a major role in bone formation.
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