Table of Contents

Bone mineral density of the skull and lower extremities during growth and calcium supplementation.
Calcium retention in adolescence as a function of calcium intake: influence of race and gender.
Longitudinal study of diet and lifestyle intervention on bone mineral gain in school children and adolescents: effects of Asian traditional diet and sitting style on bone mineral.
A co-twin calcium intervention trial in premenarcheal girls: cortical bone effects by hip structural analysis.
Calcium carbonate supplementation is associated with higher plasma IGF-1 in 16- to 18-year old boys and girls.
Nutrients, interactions, and foods: the importance of source.
Vitamin K and bone health.
Dietary vitamin A is negatively related to bone mineral density in postmenopausal women.
Hesperidin, a citrus flavanone, improves bone acquisition and prevents skeletal impairment in rats.
Vitamin B-complex, methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase polymorphism and bone: potential for gene-nutrient interaction.
A placebo controlled randomized trial of chromium picolinate supplementation on indices of bone and calcium metabolism in healthy women.
Nutrition and teeth.
Cognitive dietary restraint, cortisol and bone density in normal-weight women: is there a relationship?.
Functions of vitamin D: importance for prevention of common cancers, type 1 diabetes and heart disease.
Evidience for the breakpoint of normal serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D: which level is required in the elderly?.
What is the optimal amount of vitamin D for osteoporosis?.
Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D and the health of the calcium economy.
Defining optimal 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels in younger and older adults based on hip bone mineral density.
Vitamin D supplementation in postmenopausal black women improves calcium homesostasis and bone turnover in three months.
Adherence to vitamin D supplementation in elderly patients after hip fracture.
Vitamin D round table.
Effects of diet acid load on bone health.
Effect of various classes of foodstuffs and beverages of vegetable origin on bone metabolism in the rat.
A role for fruit and vegetables in osteoporosis prevention?.
The ovine model for the study of dietary acid base, estrogen depletion and bone health.
The natural dietary potassium intake of humans: the effect of diet-induced potassium-replete, chloride-sufficient, chronic low-grade metabolic alkalosis, or stone age diets for the 21st century.
N-acetyl cysteine supplementation of growing mice: effects on skeletal size, bone mineral density, and serum IGF-I.
Dietary protein intakes and bone strength.
Dietary protein and the skeleton.
Milk basic protein increases bone mineral density and improves bone metabolism in humans.
Dietary balance in physically active and inactive girls.
Mineral waters: effects on bone and bone metabolism. This book is based on the presentations given at the 5th International Symposium on Nutritional Aspects of Osteoporosis held in Lausanne, Switzerland in 2003.