Resveratrol Increases Bone Mineral Density and Bone Alkaline Phosphatase

Volume 14    |   Issue 29

One area that's of great concern to many women as they age is their bone health. It's a common misconception that women need to take large amounts of calcium to strengthen their bones. We've discussed before why we don't need excessive calcium, so we won't get into it here. But sometimes women recognize that they don't need calcium, but feel at a loss of what to do instead to protect their bones. This nutrient might be able to help if you're suffering from a common condition.

A study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism examined bone density in 74 middle-aged men with metabolic syndrome. Studying bone health in this population is important because the low-grade inflammation that accompanies the syndrome can break bone down over time. The researchers decided to investigate whether something with anti-inflammatory properties could help prevent or reverse this trend.

To test this theory, they gave the participants either a high dose or a low dose of resveratrol or a placebo every day for 16 weeks. By the end of the study, the men who had received the high dose of resveratrol had a 2.6% increase in lumbar spine bone mineral density (this is remarkable in only four months) and an average of 16% increase in bone alkaline phosphatase compared to the placebo group. The researchers concluded that the resveratrol was helping the formation or mineralization of bone, increasing bone strength in the participants despite their metabolic syndrome.

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While this study was conducted with men, I don't see any reason that resveratrol wouldn't benefit women as well. These findings are particularly important for women who have an increased risk of cardiovascular disease or diabetes. That's because we already know how effective it is for these illnesses. Now we see that resveratrol may also be a potential adjunctive treatment for osteoporosis. The researchers believe that the resveratrol helps to prevent the breaking down of bone as well as contributing to the laying down of bone.

If you have any kind of inflammation and are concerned about your bone health, a resveratrol supplement is a great idea. My favorite is Advanced Resveratrol Formula, which contains six different polyphenols to help lower inflammation and protect your bones. It will also help protect your heart if you are concerned about your cardiovascular disease risk.

Taking resveratrol along with Ultimate Bone Support can give you even better bone protection. Ultimate Bone Support taken in conjunction with resveratrol, will supply your body with nutrients it needs to keep your bones strong and healthy.

Better Health and Living for Women,

 







https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25322274.

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