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UK Food Standards Agency Optimal Nutrition Status Workshop: environmental factors that affect bone health throughout life

  • Lynn Burns (a1), Margaret Ashwell (a2), Jacqueline Berry (a3), Caroline Bolton-Smith (a4), Aedin Cassidy (a5), Matthew Dunnigan (a6), Kay Tee Khaw (a7), Helen Macdonald (a8), Susan New (a9), Ann Prentice (a4), Jonathan Powell (a10), Jonathan Reeve (a7), Simon Robins (a11) and Birgit Teucher (a12)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1079/BJN2003855
  • Published online: 01 March 2007
Abstract

The UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) convened a group of expert scientists to discuss and review UK FSA- and Department of Health-funded research on diet and bone health. This research focused on the lifestyle factors that are amenable to change and may significantly affect bone health and the risk of osteoporotic fracture. The potential benefits of fruits and vegetables, meat, Ca, vitamins D and K and phyto-oestrogens were presented and discussed. Other lifestyle factors were also discussed, particularly the effect of physical activity and possible gene–nutrient interactions affecting bone health.

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*Corresponding author: Lynn Burns, fax +44 20 7276 8906, email lynn.burns@foodstandards.gsi.gov.uk
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