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 increases bone mineral density

On Sat, 30 Mar 2002 15:33:36 GMT, John 'the Man'


>High protein diet along with calcium and vitamin D increases bone
>mineral density
> http://www.***.com/
>"Previous studies have suggested different effects of high or low
>protein diets on urinary loss of calcium and bone health. In a study
>published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Dawson-Hughes
>and Harris explored the associations between dietary protein intake
>and change in bone mineral density (BMD) and fracture risk in a group
>of elderly subjects."

Hm What are the protein fraction in the high-protein diet? Why I ask
is because there was published some years ago about taurine/SOx ration
in urine and calcium release in Chinese young men at different protein
intake and cysteine intake. Starting at 10% protein, the ratio is 10%
of total sulphur is from taurine, while addition of 5 mmol cystein
increase it to 30%. At 25% protein, the ratio is 30% while cysteine
addition do lower it to 20% and at 40% the ratio is back to about 10%
and the amount of sulphurcomponents is quite high in urine. Btw 10%
and 25% proteine, the amount of calcium increases somewhat but much
more from 25% protein to 40%, much more than increase in sulphur, but
mostly parallell to total sulphur - taurine sulphur.

Fri, 17 Sep 2004 02:02:18 GMT
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