Low iron status as a factor of increased bone resorption and effects of an iron and vitamin D-fortified skimmed milk on bone remodelling in young Spanish women.

@article{Toxqui2014LowIS,
  title={Low iron status as a factor of increased bone resorption and effects of an iron and vitamin D-fortified skimmed milk on bone remodelling in young Spanish women.},
  author={Laura Toxqui and A Maria P{\'e}rez-Granados and Ruth Blanco-Rojo and Ione Wright and Concepci{\'o}n de la Piedra and M Pilar Vaquero},
  journal={European journal of nutrition},
  year={2014},
  volume={53 2},
  pages={
          441-8
        }
}
PURPOSE This study aimed to determine whether there is a relationship between iron status and bone metabolism, and to compare the effects of the consumption, as part of the usual diet, of an iron or iron and vitamin D-fortified skimmed milk on bone remodelling in iron-deficient women. METHODS Young healthy iron-deficient or iron-sufficient women (serum ferritin ≤30 ng/mL or >30 ng/mL, respectively) were recruited. Iron-deficient women were assigned to a nutritional intervention consisting of… CONTINUE READING
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