Osteoporosis Prevention—A Worthy and Achievable Strategy
This special issue of Nutrients records seven of the presentations made to the very successful meeting titled “Osteoporosis Prevention: A Workshop on Calcium, Vitamin D and other Nutritional Aspects” held in Adelaide, Australia on 5 and 6 March 2010 [1-7]. Seventy six delegates attended from across Australia and New Zealand to review the current evidence that dietary calcium intake, vitamin D status, other nutrients and exercise play a significant role in bone mineral homeostasis and act to prevent the development of osteoporosis. The Workshop promoted the concept that osteoporosis is a predictable and preventable disease and that significant benefit would be achieved to reduce the incidence of osteoporosis and the risk of fractures from nutrition and life style activities. Such an achievement will not only save considerable pain, suffering and morbidity but will also have a major financial benefit for the healthcare system for which the cost of treatment for osteoporotic fractures already amounts to billions of dollars. [...] View Full-Text
Morris, H.A. Osteoporosis Prevention—A Worthy and Achievable Strategy. Nutrients 2010, 2, 1073-1074.
Morris HA. Osteoporosis Prevention—A Worthy and Achievable Strategy. Nutrients. 2010; 2(10):1073-1074.Chicago/Turabian Style
Morris, Howard A. 2010. "Osteoporosis Prevention—A Worthy and Achievable Strategy." Nutrients 2, no. 10: 1073-1074.