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Bone fractures – vitamin help

We’re at risk of breaking practically any bone. However, some areas of our skeletal system are more likely to break. For example, during a fall on slippery ground a typical break occurs in the wrist area. The bones start healing in this area after 4 weeks. However, the femoral neck, which is often exposed to fracture, takes 2 to 3 months. In older people, compression fractures of the vertebrae also occur. They result from osteoporosis. Sometimes seniors can notice a specific rounding of the back. This is the consequence of fractures in the vertebrae.

After the fractures, an appropriate diet supporting the acceleration of bone growth is important. The diet of a person who fractured a bone should be rich in:

  • milk and milk-like products,
  • fish,
  • cruciferous vegetables,
  • broccoli,
  • leguminous vegetables,
  • grain products,

Such fractures often do not cause any pain. By using appropriate supplementation with vitamin D, we can strengthen our bones, facilitate the absorption of calcium and improve the condition of our teeth.

VITAMIN D3 5000IU is an ideal supplement for strengthening bones and teeth. It is an ideal supplement for young people as well as for older people.

Vitamin D3 5000IU

BEST VITAMIN D-3 5000 IU 180 CAPS is also a product indicated for people who need to strengthen bones. In addition to strengthening the skeletal system, this supplement supports strengthening immunity. It also has anticancer properties.

Best Vitamin D-3 5000 IU

Another interesting supplement that affects the bones is vitamin D3 in drops: LIQUID VITAMIN D-3 60 ML. It also improves the functioning of the heart and vascular system. It supports the nervous system. It regulates the immune system. These drops are especially recommended for older people whose bones have been broken.

Liquid Vitamin D-3

Let us and our loved ones remember that in case of a bone fracture, we should enrich our diet with products rich in vitamin D and to ensure we get the right supplements.

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Cara Marshall

Cara Marshall

Dietetic or self-called "Kitchen-magician". The only things which I would get on the desert island are Pan and canola frying oil!

Also, I have a Bachelor degree in chemistry, so I like to write about some chemical magic here and there.

Hope that you will stick with my articles, and let me guide you in that strange world of circles and lines!

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