Contrary to what you might think, bones are not a fixed structure. Your body continuously renews bone tissue through the reabsorption and regeneration processes to produce the necessary calcium for vital functions. The metabolism of cells present in bones is regulated by coordinated complex mechanisms to allow its function. Genetic profile, diet, lifestyle, and environmental factors influence the balance of these remodeling processes. Changes in these factors may lead to malfunctions in the formation of new bone tissue. In these cases, you have to pay particular attention to lifestyle and diet, especially if the diet is deficient in certain nutrients.
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