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Dietary approaches to promote bone health in adults

Dietary approaches to promote bone health in adults

Dietary approaches to promote bone health in adults

Carrie Ruxton
Carrie Ruxton
on behalf of RCNI

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Launch date: 02 Oct 2018
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Last updated: 29 Mar 2019

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Osteoporosis is a major public health issue, affecting around three million people in the UK. Several lifestyle factors play a role in the development of the condition, including low physical activity, smoking, excess alcohol consumption and low intakes of bone health nutrients. The most important of these nutrients are vitamin D and calcium, which work in combination to strengthen and stabilise bone tissue. However, intake of calcium is low in some people, while vitamin D deficiency is widespread across the age spectrum. This learning module identifies key actions for improving bone health, with a focus on increased intake of beneficial nutrients.

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Understand the biological processes involved in the cycle of bone turnover, also known as bone remodelling.
On completion of this course you will be able to understand the biological processes involved in the cycle of bone turnover, also known as bone remodelling.
Carrie Ruxton

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Carrie Ruxton
on behalf of RCNI

Freelance dietician, Nutrition Communications, Cupar, Fife, Scotland.

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  • American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
  • 0.50 Hours

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