At menopause the amount of calcium in the blood must be high, it is important to keep the amount of calcium in the blood remain within normal limits. Because calcium will continue issued, while the body can no longer hoard.
“Because if calcium in the blood is low it will take calcium from other sources such as from a fast bone loss,” said Dr. Samuel Oentoro, MS, SpGK, clinical nutritionist FKUI-RSCM in the launch of a new logo and Frisian Flag Campaign ‘Reach Esokmu’Ballroom at the Ritz Charlton, Jakarta, Friday (10/12/2010).
Dr. Samuel also added at the age of 30 years, calcium in the bones will start out so that the calcium deposits that have been stockpiled since childhood through adolescence began to decrease. For that one must keep the amount of calcium in the blood remained normal so as not to take from other sources.
But do not think bone loss or osteoporosis, this only occurs in women, because men can also experience it, especially after experiencing andropause which aging or hormone system has decreased.
Calcium is consumed for example derived from milk will be absorbed and enter the blood. Whereas if you want to transfer calcium entry into the bone require assistance osteorotegerin compounds.
These compounds will transfer calcium into bone, forming the matrix (core), which makes bones become strong. If the matrix is formed is not perfect or it does not form would make the bones become brittle.
“For it’s never too late to drink milk. As in adults especially those who have menopause, the milk can help keep the amount of calcium in the blood remained within normal range,” he said.
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