Many people believe that will save yourself from fractures in the elderly, if they contain more calcium in their daily diet.However, doctors have proven that this is not true.
people rightly believe that as they age, their bones lose calcium.At this time they are more at risk of developing osteoporosis, and even minor trauma can cause a fracture.This is especially true of women.
Therefore, doctors have long debated the question of increasing doses of calcium in the diet to compensate for its loss in the elderly.It is because of the calcium consumption rate varies from country to country.Thus, it is now in the UK is 700 mg per day, in the Nordic countries is - 800 mg per day, and in the United States - 1200 mg.
In an article published in BritishmedicalJournal, tells about a study that had a British and Swedish scientists.They proved that, indeed, it is very important
Scientists led by Dr Eva Warens from Uppsala University (Sweden) examined the relationship between the consumption of calcium "for the future" and the risk of fractures.More than 61 thousand women born in the period between 1914 and 1948, participated in the study.Participants of the experiment it was necessary to fill out questionnaires, which were issues relating to changes in their diet, multivitamin.In particular, physicians interested in changing the amount of calcium they consumed.
Women also provided information about the changing dietary habits and postmenopausal.Scientists, it was important to know whether to accept the participants of the experiment hormones, particularly estrogen, like changing their weight, height, habit, started or if they quit smoking, how many hours per week they devote gym, as well as in the questionnaire were questions about the level oftheir education.
It was found that 24% of women were fractures, of which 6% was a hip fracture, and 20% of those surveyed had been diagnosed with osteoporosis.Also, scientists have shown that if a woman took at least 750 milligrams of calcium per day, decreased risk of fracture.However, increasing the dose does not lead to a reduction in the risk of fractures.
Moreover, the survey found that calcium intake beyond measure may even have a negative impact on the state of the musculoskeletal system.But these data have not been tested and are not fully understood, to regard them as unconditionally true.Doctors recommend to interpret them with caution.
Thus, the authors conclude that there is no need to increase the dose of daily calcium intake.
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