Effect of Moringa Oleifera on Bone Density in Post‐Menopausal Women

  title={Effect of Moringa Oleifera on Bone Density in Post‐Menopausal Women},
  author={Jason Brown and Edward L. Merritt and Chisimba N. Mowa and Steven R McAnulty},
  journal={The FASEB Journal},
Osteoporosis is a clinical condition of low bone mineral density (BMD) that can lead to fractures with hip fractures accounting for more than 300,000 hospitalizations each year. The loss of ovarian estrogen after menopause plays a large role in why women are the most affected. Consuming foods that are rich in bone building vitamins and minerals may help provide important bone protection from this estrogen loss. Moringa Oleifera (M. Oleifera) is a tropical plant and contained in the leaves are… 
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