Flashcards in Nutrition and Bone, Nutrition for CVD Deck (17):
What triples the risk of fracture?
high animal protein intake and low calcium intake
high protein intake increases ___of the diet
potential renal acid load
proteins, all breads, jello, pudding, bacon, walnuts, sunflower seeds, peanuts
all fruits, veggies, herbs and spices, brown sugar, molasses, cocoa, coffe
corn, butter, oils, cow's milk, honey, white sugar, water, tea
calcium makes ____have lower absorption
most females over___do not meet RDA of calcium
optimal absorption occurs in doses ____
what minerals should you eat more of? Less of? for calcium absorption
more: potassium, magnesium
vitamin A is..?
bad for bone
vitamin D is dependant on?
vitamin K is required to make?
what else should you avoid to get the max amount of calcium?
high caffeine intake
Ca:P of >1
major risk factors for CVD
HTN, age, diabetes, microalbuminuria, family history