The key factor seems to be the way of life of adults.

Lts., rather than fetal or decisive factors in childhood for adult bone healthFetal programming and childhood factors can not be blamed for poor bone health in mid – life reveals a small study published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. Instead, the key factor seems to be the way of life of adults.

Vitamin C intake also seemed to to be important for men.and accounted for a total lifestyle of adult body size and especially the variation in the indicators of bone health at age 49-51 in both sexes. Weight was a particularly important factor for women and account for 25 percent of the variation in BMD. Conclude conclude that while ‘birthweight for skeletal growth, influence of lifestyle and adult body size seems to appear the most important determinants of bone health in middle age may be in this cohort. ‘ – Cut the risk of poor bone health in middle age means that a healthy lifestyle, they add.. But all in all these factors accounted for less than 7 percent of the variation in BMD in men and less than 1 percent in women.For both sexes, almost half of the variation in BMD explains early childhood factors was mediated by weight in adulthoodAn increasing number of pregnancies reduced BMD in women.Proceedings of Royal Society of B: Biological SciencesB Proceedings the Royal Society flagship of biology trade magazine that deals with of the rapid publication of and width dissemination of good quality research, ratings and comments and answer papers. The peripheral magazine is versatile and is particularly strong in biological undertakings.

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