Eating Plum(Aloo Bukhara) is good for bone health especially in women

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In summer, many fruits are found in the markets, most of which people also like and one such fruit is plum(Aloo Bukhara).

But aloe vera is also available in dry season in all seasons and it is also very beneficial for health if eaten in moderation.

It is believed to be very good for digestion but it is also good for bone health.

This was revealed in a new medical study conducted in the United States.

Research from Penn State University has found that eating plums can help prevent bone loss in women.

Probably a factor as to why they’re doing so poorly is to reduce the risk of inflammation and oxidative stress.

The study found that a decrease in the levels of a hormone called estrogen in middle-aged women increases oxidative stress and inflammation, which increases the risk of osteoporosis.

Research has shown that adding prunes to the diet may help protect the bones by reversing or slowing down the process.

The researchers said that the problem of osteoporosis or osteoporosis can affect people of any age, but it is more common in women over the age of 50.

It is estimated that more than 200 million women worldwide suffer from it and about 9 million fractures occur each year.

Medications are available to treat it, but researchers say more attention is now being paid to its treatment through diet.

“Vegetables and fruits are rich in biological compounds such as phenolic acid, flavonoids and carotenes that can protect against osteoporosis,” he said.

He said that after the age of 40, the process of elimination of old bone cells and formation of new cells slows down due to various factors including inflammation and oxidative stress.

Research has shown that aloe vera is good for health due to its minerals, vitamin K, phenolic compounds and dietary fiber, and it helps counteract some of the side effects.

The study analyzed data from a number of research reports and found evidence that eating this fruit reduces inflammation and oxidative stress while improving bone health.

For example, clinical trials have found that eating 100 grams of prunes a day (dried or fresh) up to a salad improves the density of the elbow and lower spine.

Similarly, eating 50 to 100 grams of plums daily for 6 months prevents loss of bone volume.

The results of the study were published in the medical journal Journal Advances in Nutrition.

According to a study by Florida State University in the United States a few years ago , dried plums may be helpful in reversing the disease of osteoporosis.

Its anti-inflammatory properties also make it beneficial for people suffering from arthritis.

Healthy people can eat it and make their bones 20% stronger.