low-calcium diet

low-calcium diet

a diet that restricts the use of calcium and eliminates most dairy foods, all breads made with milk or dry skimmed milk, and deep-green leafy vegetables. It is prescribed for patients with absorptive hypercalciuria. Meats, including beef, lamb, pork, and veal, and poultry, fish, vegetables, legumes, and fruits are recommended.
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The researchers agreed 50 percent sap solution could potentially limit osteoporosis-like symptoms induced by a low-calcium diet via calcium ion absorption.
3), run training was proven to be effective for increasing or maintaining the BMC that has been changed by an unbalanced diet, such as a high-phosphorus diet or a low-calcium diet, although the BMC did not reach the normal level measured in the control groups.
Vitamin D metabolites in plasma of cows fed a prepar-tum low-calcium diet for prevention of parturient hypocalce-mia.
Have you followed a prolonged low-calcium diet - for instance because you don't eat dairy?
Wright says that studies in which animals were given high doses of strontium while on a low-calcium diet developed bone deformities.
The pathogenesis of rickets in Asian community in United Kingdom has been attributed to high-cereal, low-calcium diet which induces mild hyperparathyroidism (41).
A low-calcium diet can increase the laying-down of fat in the body because it is thought that calcium heats up the body slightly - burning off more fat.
On a low-calcium diet, lipogenesis increases and lipolysis decreases, leading to a net increase in adipocyte lipid storage.
A low-calcium diet is traditionally recognized as a deterrent to the development of kidney stones.
Many medical studies have linked a long-term, low-calcium diet - even one beginning as early as the mid-20s and 30s - with the development of osteoporosis and periodontal disease (caused by calcium being lost from the bones of the jaw).
Many physicians recommend a low-calcium diet in patients with calcium oxalate stones to prevent recurrence.