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From: claudine (71.126.186.167)
Subject:         best diet for bone growth
Date: July 20, 2008 at 7:26 am PST

i had a severe fracture/surgery with a good inch of bone to build between my
bones to rebuild. i am trying to eat a lot of dark leafy greens but find them
bitter/strong if i want to eat them raw, low salt/fat. i am very underweight fyi
but trying to limit fats, salt, suger, caffeine etc. i have read beans, lentils and
soy are good and apples, leafy greens, potato skin, some nuts and seeds esp.
sesame seeds are good. what foods should i eat, limit. i do enjoy 2 cups of
coffee a day. im adhd and that helps me limit the ritalin i must take to
function well for work too. i was told this is ok. my right arm is in a cast up
to my shoulder so making food is difficult. i eat a lot of raw foods and find
cooked foods need salt to be palatable but eating cooked too. i have no idea
how much salt i use and how much is a problem. i am now getting tired of
kale salad but unsure of recipies to make it taste better so ive been drinking
CA fortified oj. any advice is appreciated. dr, said i should get in more
protein now to preserve my muscle but read that is not good for bones yet
there isnt much to me. i need to try to eat optimally to avoid a double
surgery, thanks.

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