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Loading up on calcium, potassium and magnesium is essential for bone and joint health, but you don’t always have to hit the dairy to do it. Options like kale, spinach, chard, bok choy, mustard greens and collards are top sources of nutrition, according to the USDA. If you like soups and stews, try adding salmon, kale, or turnip greens to your other favorite recipes.

Just as your bones store calcium, fish bones do, too. Those tiny bones in canned fish like. To build and maintain strong bones, follow a well-balanced diet that provides at least 1,200 calories per day. It should include plenty of protein and foods. Calcium is the most important element for strengthening bones and joints, and the best source of calcium is definitely milk.

Milk also has magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, riboflavin, vitamin B12, and vitamins D. All these nutrients are essential for promoting a healthy bone system. Adults should consume about 2 glasses of milk on a daily basis. Depending on the type of white beans, one cup of cooked beans can provide a good amount of calcium to promote healthy strong bones. You can include white beans in soups, salads, stews, bean spreads and dips, casseroles and baked vegetables. Along with white beans, you can nourish your bones by eating pinto beans, navy beans and black beans.

Some best leafy greens that you can choose as bone strengthening foods include collard greens, kale, cabbage, okra and broccoli. One cup of cooked, boiled and drained collard greens can help you meet 27% of your daily calcium requirement. Consuming foods for joint health and avoiding those that may worsen joint pain and inflammation are the best ways to improve the health of your joints and your bones, in general. It’s only a matter of making changes to your lifestyle to make sure you’re caring for your joints and bones properly. Apples contain anti-inflammatory antioxidants as well as boron and magnesium that are beneficial to the bones.

Apples are just one of many superfoods for healthy joints. Here’s a rundown on 12 other fruits, veggies, nuts, oils, spices and supplements that you’ll want to add to your diet. 1.Dark Green Leafy Vegetables.

5 Joint-Friendly Foods, and 5 That May Hurt Them 5 Joint-Friendly Foods, and 5 That May Hurt Them. By 5 of 11 Best: Fatty fish 6 of 11 Best: Cherry juice 7 of 11. Foods that promote strong bones & joints Foods rich in Calcium While most people associated dairy foods with calcium, many leafy greens, legumes, fruit, and seafood.

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Foods that contain dietary estrogens, i.e. soy, flaxseed (FS), or n-3 fatty acids such as or-Iinolenic acid (ALA) and longer chain n-3 fatty acids such as eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) may enhance bone development and/or slow bone loss during aging (Figure 21.1).

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  • Yea may help if it’s organic but if not all foods have side effects that’s why we get sick and if u have osteoporosis u need 13 different minerals and vitamin C, D3, K2-7, and protein for your bones to get stronger and better again and the 13 minerals are boron, vanadium, calcium, strontium, zink, silica, copper, selenium, magnesium, nickel, potassium, manganese, phosphorous and u need it every day and it cost alot, there’s an algae that has the 13 minerals in it called lithothamnion suprrpositum and it comes from the sea, u can also get it from in pill form with the vitamins already in it plus there’s another bottle of pills that they try to sale with it, called strontium, I guess it helps your bones heal faster

  • you don’t want to consume too much calcium though, because they can clog up your arteries and cause heart attacks, so its best you have the recommended daily amount unless your doctor says otherwise

  • We wanted to give our grandmother something natural which would help in giving her proper calcium for her bones. Then we opted for these natural coral calcium capsules from Planet Ayurveda. She has been taking them for around three months and doing really well

  • Thanks a lot for letting me know that the minimum amount of calcium to be consumed in a day is 1000mg per day. I saw another video where they say that smoking can affect your bone health in a very bad manner and drinking can cause osteoporosis. A lot more information was also present there. Check it out:
    https://youtu.be/MbH5ESg733Y

  • My grandfather also suffered a lot from joints pain. We gave him all the things but nothing worked. Then one of family friend told us about this Bone support capsules from Planet Ayurveda. We have been giving him this since two months and he is doing really well after that

  • I eat a diet good for my bones since I was like 4 years old, because I just really like the food. Because of this video I realise why my bones are incredibly strong and why I never have broken anything before (I’m not a careful child, I’m fifteen years old)

  • Foods for strong bones and joints

    [ 0:45] Collards Greens.
    [ 1:02] Bone Broth
    [ 1:20] Irish Sea Moss
    [ 1:35] Bladderwrack
    [ 1:55] Gelatin
    [ 2:11] Goose Liver
    [ 2:27] Eggs
    [ 2:43] Moringa
    [ 3:01] Cheese
    [ 3:20] Almonds
    [ 3:40] Apple Cider Vinegar
    [ 4:03] Cherries
    [ 4:18] Salmon
    [ 4:37] Sauerkraut
    [ 4:53] Okra
    [ 5:15] Mineral water

  • nice info vid…very helpful…you mention few foods that easy to find in the grocery: moringa powder,okra,almonds and orange juice,eggs…tanx but i dont know if i can find bonebroth….??? or bonemarrow…?is that similar..?