Bone health.

  title={Bone health.},
  author={Robert P. Heaney},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  volume={85 1},
Much evidence indicates that both calcium and vitamin D are efficacious in protecting the skeleton, particularly when these 2 nutrients are used in combination. Each nutrient is necessary for the full expression of the effect of the other, and where their actions are independent, their effects on skeletal health are complementary. Nutrient status for both tends to be deficient in the adult population of the industrialized nations. Hence, supplementation or food fortification with both nutrients… CONTINUE READING

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