Another osteoporosis buster: onion

by Medindia Content Team on  January 26, 2006 at 7:01 PM Diet & Nutrition News
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Another osteoporosis buster: onion
osteoporosis is a huge problem for women and any food givig respite is welcome. a new study now brings onion.

The study was performed on rats and their bone cells. The compound isolated from white onions called GPCS, glutamyl peptide did wonders and being treated with parathyroid hormone the bone cells improved resoprtion. So this study can greatly help women and their problem.

onion is a new entrant for osteoporosis prevention ow. and is here to stay.


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