Love Your Bones June 2015

food items with Vitamin K

Vitamin K – new research shows that this ‘forgotten’ vitamin may be good for your bone health

Eating vitamin K-rich foods such as leafy green vegetables, parsley, prunes, avocados or kiwi can help you get your daily dose of this neglected nutrient.

woman in senior home
FROM THE OSTEOLINK COMMUNITY
doctor explains spinal fractures to patient
LIFESTYLE TIPS

For frail people who tend to fall, hip protectors can do no harm - although they have not been shown to be very effective.

If you’re at high risk, you need to tackle osteoporosis, the underlying cause of fractures.

In summer a fresh light salad is always a good choice. So why not try this tasty calcium-rich recipe - it's sure to make your bones smile!
calcium
412 mg
calories
388
protein
15 g
vitamin D
0 iu
15 MINUTES