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Having healthy skin and hair and strong nails is something that everybody deserves and everybody can achieve through nutrition. Proper nutrition has always been considered an important contributor to achieve this, though only over the last few years nutrition research has started pointing out specific nutrients that have a therapeutic and/or preventive effect.
Cellulite affects 85% of women in the UK and despite this being a quite common problem scientists still don’t know what exactly causes this dreaded dimpling effect. Fortunately, recent studies have shown that targeted nutrition might provide salvation from this problem, as results have been more than promising.
Osteoporosis is a brittle bone chronic disease that can affect people of any age, though it is more pronounced with older age. It has been termed a “silent epidemic” as there are currently no associated symptoms or warning signs prior to fracture. In the UK one in two women and one in five men over the age of 50 will break a bone mainly because of poor bone health.
Nutrition is a major contributor to healthy bones and carefully planned nutrition strategies can be used to effectively prevent and treat osteoporosis.