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5 miraculous foods for strong bones

Bone health is very important for people of all ages and especially for the elderly. It is therefore important to do everything in our hands to have healthier bones for as long as possible in our lives.
Below we present you some Foods (other than dairy products) that guarantee the best health of your bones.  These foods will help you live longer as they will make your body structure last more than ever.

. Vegetables
Calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron and other metals are abundant in plant products and especially those that are organically cultivated. More specific, the most value for your bone health is coming from green leafy vegetables, such as cabbage, rocket, bok choy, parsley and cardamom. Other vegetables particularly useful for the bones are broccoli, carrots and zucchini. Make sure to replace one meal of your day with a rich green salad.
2. Cooking with vegetable broth or bone broth
Using broth is a good way to increase the nutritional value of foods, such as soups, cooked foods, cereals, beans and sauces. When you cook bones or vegetables for a long time on low heat, many of their metals enrich the broth, making it highly nutritious and also alkaline, which is especially useful if vinegar or wine has been added to the food. Bone broth can aid in the production of collagen within your body which will help your bones stay stronger and “younger”.
3. Grains
Brown rice, wholemeal wheat, barley, oats, rye, cornmeal, buckwheat and quinoa are excellent sources of complex carbohydrates, fibre, and B vitamins. Consuming such foods (about a handful per meal) will help to consume less animal protein.
4. Seeds
Seeds provide more calories and make the body decrease the need to metabolize proteins for energy. This in turn retains better muscle tissue and, generally, what is good for the muscles is good for the bones. In addition, whole grains are a good source of magnesium, which helps to increase the absorption of calcium from the blood into the bones.
5. Edible bones from fish
Smaller fish usually have so small bones that it is possible to consume them with the rest of the fish, as long as you are careful to swallow. Bones in small fish are an excellent source of calcium that is easily absorbed by the body.
So, there you have it. Five foods – other than dairy – that will help your bones stay strong and healthy. Live your comment below if you know any other foods that are good for bones – other than dairy products.

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