Eat for Strong Bones Video

Certain fruits and vegetables can keep your bones strong
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Milk isn’t the only bone builder you should include in your diet. Loading up on bread and orange juice, fruits and vegetables may keep your bones young. According to research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. There self helped power comes from protected pigments called “Keratinoid”. The four-year study from the pigment especially lycopene may halt bone mass by reducing harmful substances that damage cells. To protect your skeleton load up on lycopene rich food throughout the day. Start your morning with the grapefruit. Both pink and red version contain lycopene but the redder the fruit, the more it contained. As a snack, munch on watermelon. In envision to being rich in lycopene, it also contains amino acids to help produce metabolism. For dinner, top your pasta with chunky tomato sauce. Some studies have shown that cooked tomatoes can contain more than double the lycopene of raw. Check that tomorrow for more 60-Second Solutions and a bonus the milk mustache.

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