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123 Substances Researched for Osteoporosis
NameACCKFocus
Vitamin K16100Locked
Vitamin K21084Locked
Vitamin D1270Locked
Soy652Locked
Natto 550Locked
Vitamin K2: Menaquinone-7846Locked
Genistein941Locked
Magnesium440Locked
Plum534Locked
Isoflavones432Locked
Vitamin C532Locked
Calcium625Locked
Green Tea525Locked
Strontium321Locked
Vitamin K2: (MK-4)321Locked
phytoestrogens321Locked
Hops220Locked
Soy Protein 314Locked
Berberine312Locked
Black Tea212Locked
Fruit: All312Locked
Melatonin212Locked
Curcumin611Locked
DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone)211Locked
Vegetables: All 211Locked
Beer110Locked
Black Cohosh110Locked
Carotenoids110Locked
Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) 110Locked
Fermented Foods and Beverages110Locked
Gamma-Linoleic Acid (GLA) 110Locked
Lycopene110Locked
Red Clover110Locked
Resveratrol710Locked
Silica: Orthosilicic acid110Locked
Onion27Locked
Xylitol36Locked
Black Raspberry24Locked
DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid)24Locked
FOS (Fructooligosaccharides)24Locked
Nigella sativa (aka Black Seed)24Locked
Olive Oil24Locked
Royal Jelly24Locked
Vitamin E24Locked
Whey23Locked
Zinc23Locked
Alpha-Lipoic Acid22Locked
Antrodia camphorata12Locked
Arginine12Locked
Ashwagandha12Locked
Basil12Locked
Blackberry12Locked
Blueberry12Locked
Boron12Locked
Chicory12Locked
Citrus naringin12Locked
Clove12Locked
Coconut Oil12Locked
Cordyceps Militaris12Locked
Cryptoxanthin22Locked
Cumin12Locked
Devils Claw12Locked
Dioscorea spongiosa12Locked
EGCG (Epigallocatechin gallate)12Locked
Equol12Locked
Fennel12Locked
Flavonoids12Locked
Fucoidan12Locked
Ginsenosides12Locked
Hesperidin12Locked
Hu Zhang (Polygonum cuspidatum)12Locked
Kefir12Locked
Kudzu12Locked
Lactoferrin12Locked
Lysine12Locked
Maca12Locked
Maitake Mushroom12Locked
Manganese12Locked
Milk Thistle12Locked
Milk: Fermented12Locked
Nobiletin 12Locked
Noni12Locked
Oleuropein12Locked
Olive12Locked
Orange12Locked
Oyster Mushroom12Locked
Parsley12Locked
Phellinus Linteus12Locked
Polygonatum Sibiricum12Locked
Polyphenols12Locked
Pomegranate12Locked
Pueraria mirifica12Locked
Puerarin12Locked
Red Marine Algae12Locked
Red Yeast Rice12Locked
Safflower12Locked
Shiitake Mushroom 12Locked
TA-65 (Astragalus compound)12Locked
Tangeretin 12Locked
Tea12Locked
Thymoquinone12Locked
Tocotrienols12Locked
Vitamin E: Gamma-tocotrienol12Locked
Yacón12Locked
Anise11Locked
Baicalein11Locked
Barberry11Locked
Catechin 11Locked
Chamomile11Locked
Cinnamon11Locked
Epimedium11Locked
Honeybush11Locked
Icariin11Locked
Luteolin11Locked
Marijuana11Locked
Nutmeg11Locked
Pomegranate Seed11Locked
Progesterone11Locked
Rehmannia11Locked
Sideritis11Locked
Walnut11Locked
Zyflamend11Locked
Ipriflavone10Locked
27 Problem Substances Researched for Osteoporosis
10 Therapeutic Actions Researched for Osteoporosis
4 Problematic Actions Researched for Osteoporosis
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Pubmed Data : Nutrition. 1993 Jan-Feb;9(1):71-2. PMID: 8467115
Study Type : Animal Study
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Substances : Lysine
Diseases : Osteoporosis

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