Among the foods whose popularity has grown in recent years, fish oil and soybean are well positioned in the list. These foods are good in themselves to a host of health problems, and in this case an investigation into the stands for joint use, it is said that overall consumption significantly improves bone health.
In this research, published in the Journal of Bone Mineral Metabolism, researchers have noted that these two foods can improve the health of bones, avoiding the loss of mineral density of bones and strengthening them.
In tests on mice who had their ovaries removed, the researchers highlighted the potential of a diet rich in soy and fish oil to prevent bone loss occurred by the operation to remove their ovaries. However, the data go beyond this and the researchers recommend consumption to improve bone health in general.
The study is interesting, because given the high incidence of osteoporosis in postmenopausal women power becomes essential to prevent it. Includes soy and fish oil in your diet and save yourself future problems.