Lowering dietary protein to U.S. Recommended dietary allowance levels reduces urinary calcium excretion and bone resorption in young women.

@article{Ince2004LoweringDP,
  title={Lowering dietary protein to U.S. Recommended dietary allowance levels reduces urinary calcium excretion and bone resorption in young women.},
  author={B Avery Ince and Ellen J. Anderson and Robert M. Neer},
  journal={The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism},
  year={2004},
  volume={89 8},
  pages={3801-7}
}
High-protein diets increase calciuria. No previous studies have examined the ad libitum U.S. diet's effect on calciuria or bone resorption.Thirty-nine healthy, premenopausal women consuming ad libitum diets [mean, 1.1 g/kg protein, 819 mg (20.5 mmol) Ca, 1152 mg (37 mmol) P, 129 mmol Na] were switched to isocaloric diets containing the U.S. recommended dietary allowance (RDA) of protein (0.8 g/kg) and similar amounts of calcium, phosphorus, and sodium. Bone resorption and related endpoints were… CONTINUE READING

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