Bone Health

£129,00

Osteoporosis represents the most frequent metabolic disease of the skeleton, characterized by reduced bone mass and altered microarchitecture. Genetic factors are represented by a group of genes that regulate traits related to the development of the disease, such as bone mass and microarchitecture. Environmental factors include dietary habits (calcium and vitamin D intake), alcohol, tobacco and coffee consumption, physical activity, and taking medications that interfere with phospho-calcium metabolism.

 

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