A question that scientists and fitness professionals would find irresistible to get an answer for is—Whether work out or nutrition has a better-quality impact on bone potency? The research conducted by the University of Michigan researchers on the mice has led to the conclusion that the mineral supplementation is way better in comparison to exercise in terms of bone mass and strength. The exercise training along with the mineral supplement intake helped the can help keep the bones stronger.
The bone strength has to be maintained for a lifetime; hence, the researchers are looking for new means and have currently, circled in on the healthy diet intake. The humans naturally will tend to show better results compared to animals as the tendency to exercise reduces as the age passes by. The combination of exercise and diet also does not help gain bone strength, thus, it is only the food intake that matters. As per David Kohn one of the researchers, the long-term eating of the mineral-supplement consisting diet help prevent bone problems and instead fuels bone strength. The bone strength can be increased by consuming more calcium or phosphorous is not a wise thing to do as overconsumption may lead to some other problem.
The loss of the bone minerals starts in the 20s so the youngsters have to start caring in the early age itself for better results during the aging. Currently, the researchers are using a full battery of mechanical evaluations so as to help enhance the prediction of the bone quality. At the moment a novel dorsal root ganglion (DRG) stimulation therapy for the backbone pain resistant to the other treatments so as to acquire significant pain relief. An innovative cure that short-circuits pain has been invented by Robert J. McCarthy from the Rush University Medical Center so as to meet the non-drug treatment needs in the selected patients.