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Which vitamins strengthen bones?

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Dr. Bryan Levey
Pediatrics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: None

Vitamin d, calcium, phosporus, exercise, etc etc can help *maintain* bone strength.

In brief: None

Vitamin d, calcium, phosporus, exercise, etc etc can help *maintain* bone strength.
Dr. Bryan Levey
Dr. Bryan Levey
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Dr. Fred Harvey
Internal Medicine - Geriatrics

In brief: Many

The most important is of course vitamin d.
You should have a vitamin d level of 50 for good bone health. 2000 iu daily could get you there if not overweight. Orthosilica, a mineral, is the rate limiting nutrient for bone collagen formation. It is the collagen that holds calcium in place in the bone matrix. Calcium is also important as are boron, magnesium and vitamin c.

In brief: Many

The most important is of course vitamin d.
You should have a vitamin d level of 50 for good bone health. 2000 iu daily could get you there if not overweight. Orthosilica, a mineral, is the rate limiting nutrient for bone collagen formation. It is the collagen that holds calcium in place in the bone matrix. Calcium is also important as are boron, magnesium and vitamin c.
Dr. Fred Harvey
Dr. Fred Harvey
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