Lower estimates of net endogenous non-carbonic acid production are positively associated with indexes of bone health in premenopausal and perimenopausal women.

@article{New2004LowerEO,
  title={Lower estimates of net endogenous non-carbonic acid production are positively associated with indexes of bone health in premenopausal and perimenopausal women.},
  author={Susan A. New and Helen M. Macdonald and Marion K. Campbell and James C Martin and Mark J Garton and Simon P. Robins and David M. Reid},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={2004},
  volume={79 1},
  pages={131-8}
}
BACKGROUND The link between acid-base homeostasis and skeletal integrity has gained increasing prominence in the literature. Estimation of the net rate of endogenous non-carbonic acid production (NEAP) from dietary protein and potassium content enables exploration of the effects of dietary acidity or alkalinity on bone. OBJECTIVE The study aimed to ascertain whether lower dietary acidity (lower dietary protein intake but higher potassium intake-ie, low estimate of NEAP) was associated with… CONTINUE READING

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