How does nutrition affect bone development?

Poor diet, meaning anorexia or malnutrition
srudin
Asked Feb 27, 2010
Edited Feb 27, 2010

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It causes bones to grow at a slower speed, and not as much, but more so, much weaker.
Oni_Kami
Answered Feb 27, 2010
Nutrition certainly has an important role in the development of bones. First go for food that contains high calcium. The most common and easily available food that is rich in calcium is milk and milk products. Calcium alone will not help the bones but it has to be accompanied with Vitamin D for proper assimilation. For this reason Vitamin D is otherwise called as Calciferol. Deficiency of this vitamin produces rickets and bow legs in children of which the former is associated with a symptom called pigeon's chest(Pectus Carinatum). -A Jairaj Alexander.
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lostfatty
Answered Sep 06, 2010
Nutrition is very important for bone development and make good health
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Answered Oct 21, 2016
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cjnutrition
Answered May 31, 2017
Strong bones are crucial to good health, and good nutrition is crucial to strong bones.
Milk and milk products play an important role in the development of strong and healthy bones.

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Answered Oct 17, 2017

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