New Scientific Review: Eating More Protein Is Fine for Your Bone Health

Sliced steak with chimichurri sauce and meat fork

Some people still believe the myth that eating protein somehow leads to loss of bone strength, osteoporosis.

Well, you can continue eating your delicious steak or burger patty without worrying about your bone health. A new systematic review finds that high-protein diets have no adverse effects on bone health, on the contrary it may even be good for your bones.

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition: Dietary Protein and Bone Health: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis from the National Osteoporosis Foundation

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  1. Kathryn
    I have just been told I have Osteoporosis, following LCHF my blood work is AWESOME. My bones need help, I know fasting increases growth hormones, but how much protein should I eat.

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