Controlled high meat diets do not affect calcium retention or indices of bone status in healthy postmenopausal women.


Calcium balance is decreased by an increased intake of purified proteins, although the effects of common dietary sources of protein (like meat) on calcium economy remain controversial. We compared the effects of several weeks of controlled high and low meat diets on body calcium retention, using sensitive radiotracer and whole body scintillation counting… (More)


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