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The health of your family comes first and if you wish to also ensure that their bones stay strong, so that they remain active along with a fabulous immune system, then you have to pay close attention to a diet that is rich in foods that can give the members of your family, strong and health boned. Today we are going to take a look at few foods that must be included in your husband’s, son’s, dad’s, brother’s or uncle’s diet so that they can enjoy strong bones for a long time.

Walnuts / Peanuts
Men who are already suffering from osteoporosis usually do so because of a shortage of zinc in the diet. This nutrient should be made part of one’s diet in the form of peanuts or walnuts as it is known to be rich in the particular mineral. Zinc helps in the formation and multiplication of alkaline phosphate enzymes that help in bone growth. Be careful as to limit your intake and only consume the recommended amount. Peanuts and Walnuts in small quantity can play a preventive role in the development of osteoporosis, so make sure that your loved one’s diet has the necessary amount of zinc that is required.

Macadamia Nuts
Rich in manganese and phosphorus, macadamia nuts are good addition to your family’s diet for healthy bones. The nutrients found in macadamia nuts when combined with calcium contribute towards bone growth. Just a handful of these amazing nuts should be fine.

Beer
If your husband reaches for the refrigerator every evening when he comes back home from a tiring day at work, let him. Beer is known to contain a special chemical known as silicon that is known to produce proteins that are associated with flexible joints and dense bones. The key, however, lies in moderation.

Fatty Fishes
Including fatty fishes like salmon or sardine is a good as it helps give the body its required amount of Vitamin D. It also provides the calcium and protein that you need. Vitamin D is needed so that the calcium that is consumed by your body is getting absorbed in your system and reaching the bones.

Green leafy vegetables, bananas and some people would also advise that you adopt a few Chinese food habits. Speak with a Registered Holistic Nutritionist today and they will help you design a diet that includes foods that help make bones healthy and strong. You should also get in touch with a Homeopath so that you can learn about a few natural remedies that help towards making bones healthy.

 

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