Washington: A calorie-restricted diet higher in protein, mostly from dairy foods, and lower in carbohydrates coupled with daily exercise has a major positive impact on bone health in overweight and obese young women, a new study has claimed.The study, conducted by Andrea Josse and her team from the Department of Kinesiology at McMaster, found that bone health improvements were particularly evident due to the high density of bone-supporting nutrients such as calcium, vitamin D and dairy-based protein.For 16 weeks, three groups of overweight and obese, but otherwise healthy, premenopausal women each consumed either low, medium or high amounts of dairy foods coupled with higher or lower amounts of protein and carbohydrates.Calcium and vitamin D levels were also graded from low to high across the groups in conjunction with the dairy foods they consumed.The women exercised seven days per week, a routine that included aerobic exercise every day and two additional workouts of circuit weightlifting per week.
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