Saturday, May 14, 2011
Prevent Osteoporosis with Eating Fish
From the results of a recent study showed that adults who regularly eat fish will have good bone density compared with those who rarely ate fish. The researchers also believe that the combination of fish oil may protect bones from osteoporosis risk.
"We think omega-3 fatty acids from fish may help prevent kekeroposan bones (osteoporosis)," said study leader Dr. Katherine Tucker, a professor at North-eastern University, as reported by Health24, Saturday (02/04/2011).
Dr Tucker said that did not prevent bone kekeroposan simple as imagined. In this study, Dr. Tucker just get the results after 4 years of study.
Participants who consumed three or more servings of fish a week dark, like salmon or mackerel, had a risk of bone loss smaller four years later, compared with women who rarely ate fish.