Bones undergo a continuous remodeling, with constant resorption (breakdown) and deposition of calcium into new bones. The balance between bone resorption (breakdown) and deposition of calcium changes with age. Bone formation exceeds resorption in periods of growth in children and adolescents, whereas in early and middle adulthood both processes are relatively equal. In aging adults, particularly among postmenopausal women, bone breakdown exceeds formation, resulting in bone loss that increases the risk of osteoporosis over time.

Bone health can be ensured through calcium intake in the diet (milk, yogurt, cheese), Vitamin D (exposure to sun) and bacterial composition in the intestine (can be corrected trough the use of prebiotics, InoCal, Synergy1). Calcium is equally important for infants, children, men, women and the elderly.

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