A healthy platter of food for your bones! Salmon packed with Vitamin D (but not as much as what you get from the sun!), calcium loaded with milk and cheese, delicious cheese! Don’t forget your fruits, vegetables and nuts! In addition to a nutritious diet, the health of your bones depends on two other factors – activity and hormones. Being physically active promotes bone remodeling. Like Wolff once said “Bone in a healthy person will adapt to the loads it is placed under.” So eat healthy and keep active!
I love drawing disproportionate food – that’s one giant salmon sushi or a very small glass of milk!
Today’s Lectures: 1. Nutritional Issues in Bone Health 2. Imaging for Understanding and Diagnosis in Metabolic Bone Disease