Nutrition plays a pivotal role in the development and maintenance of bone health. Bones are highly vascularized, porous organs that receive oxygen and nutrients through a network of pores interconnected by thin channels that are embedded in bones. The efficient transport of nutrients within these microsystems is vital in keeping bones strong and healthy.  Calcium and Vitamin D are the two most important nutrients for building strong, dense bones when you are young and for maintaining bone density as you age. Vitamin D is required to absorb calcium and without it, you may lose bone mass, lower your bone density and increase your chances of breaking bones as you get older. 


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