Nutritional Aspects of Osteoporosis: Serono Symposia Publications from Raven Press, Vol. 85

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Table of Contents

Nutrition and the Development of Peak Bone Mass
Dietary Factors in the Development of Peak Bone Mass 3
The Relative Importance of Nutrition Compared to the Genetic Factors in the Development of Bone Mass 21
Calcium Intake and Calcium Balance During Growth 27
Estimates for Requirement of Calcium in Growth and Development 49
Spinal and Femoral Bone Mass Development and Calcium Intake in Adolescent Subjects 67
Bone Mineral Density and Calcium Intake in Children during Puberty 77
Diet Assessment and Analysis for Epidemiologic Studies of Osteoporosis 91
Assessment and Consistency of Calcium Intake 99
The Assessment of Calcium Intake 105
Human Calcium Absorptive Performance--A Review 115
Calcium Malabsorption and Vitamin D Resistance in Oophorectomized Women 125
Calcium Absorption from Foods 133
The Effect of Various Forms of Calcium Supplements on Calcium Balance in Elderly Women 141
Intestinal Calcium Absorption Varies During the Rat Estrous Cycle 147
Nutrition and the Maintenance of Bone Health
Epidemiology of Calcium Intake and Bone Health 159
Calcium Deficiency--A Major Cause of Osteoporosis in Hong Kong Chinese 175
Nutritional Risk Factors for Osteoporosis; a Population Based Study of Perimenopausal Women in Switzerland 181
Calcium Intake: Important in Early Menopause? 191
The Habitual Calcium Intake from Milk Products and its Significance for Bone Health; a 10-Year Longitudinal Study 205
Lifelong Low Calcium Consumption in Patients Suffering from Lactase Deficiency. A Role in Development of Osteoporosis? 213
The Role of Trace Elements in Bone Metabolism 223
May Aluminum be Implicated in Nutritional Aspects Related with Osteoporosis? 235
Vitamin D Deficiency in the Elderly 245
Nutritional Habits and Serum 25-OH Vitamin D in a Large Swiss Population 257
Nutrition and the Obligatory Calcium Losses 263
Sodium, Calcium and Osteoporosis 279
Effects of Different Levels of Calcium and Sodium Chloride Intake on Calcium-, Vitamin D- and Bone Metabolism 297
Nutritional Strategies and Supplementations in Prevention and Treatment of Osteoporosis
Requirements of Calcium for Optimal Skeletal Health in Women 309
Effects of Calcium Intake on Calcium Retention and Bone Density in Postmenopausal Women 331
Effects of a Calcium and Vitamin D Supplement on Parathyroid Function and Femoral Bone Density in Elderly Women 347
The Effects of Dietary Protein Insufficiency and Excess on Skeletal Health 355
Concluding Comments: The Impact of Nutrition on the Epidemiology, the Prevention, and the Treatment of Osteoporosis 371
Subject Index 377
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