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What diet should I follow to increase my bone mass ?

hi can any one tell me that if i want to increase my bone mass in healthy natural kind of way what shall i eat do i am 18 ,M,i am by creators grace i am healthy......
Wed, 18 Jan 2012
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Hello Mirza;
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To increase the bone mass naturally you will have to take diet rich in calcium like milk;fish;meat;chicken and all healthy food.Since you are 18 your bone mass and height will grow till 21 yrs so rest assured that you will do fine.
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