Published in Women's Health Weekly, September 8th, 2005
"Estrogen loss has been known to increase bone turnover through accelerated bone resorption coupled by increased bone formation," scientists in South Korea explained.
In a recent study, K.S. Jeong and colleagues at Kyungpook National University "measured estrogen's effect on bone turnover by incorporation of 2H from 2H2 O into amino acids."
"At 6 weeks of age, rats were either sham-operated (sham) or ovariectomized (ovx)," the investigators wrote in the journal Calcified Tissue...
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