Bone Disease References

Importance of dietary calcium/phosphorus ratios on skeletal, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus metabolism. Irwin Clark. American Journal of Physiology. September 1969, Vol. 217, No. 3, 865-80.

Relationships between unusual nutrient intake and bone-mineral content of women 35-65 years of age: longitudinal and cross-sectional analysis. Jo. L. Freudenheim, MS., Nancy E. Johnson, PhD., Everett L. Smith, PhD. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. December 1986, Vol. 44, No. 6, 863-876.

Influence of nutritional factors on calcium-regulating hormones and bone loss. Luket BP, Carey M, McCarty B, Tiemann S, Goodnight L, Helm M, Hassanein R, Stevenson C, Stoskopf M, Doolan L. Calcified Tissues International. March 1987, Vol. 4, No. 3, 119-125

The problem of calcium requirement. BE Chrostopher Nordin, M.D., DSc, Karen J. Polly, BSc, Allan G. Need, Howard A Morris, PhD., David Marshal PhD. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. May 1987, Vol. 45, No.5, 1295-1304.

Elevated secretion and action of parathyroid hormones in young women assembled from ordinary foods. Calvo MS, Kumar R, Heath H 3rd. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. April 1988, Vol. 66, No. 4, 823-829.

Persistently elevated parathyroid hormone secretion and action in young women after four weeks of ingesting high phosphorus, low calcium diets. Mona S. Calvco, Rajiv Kumar, Hunter Heath. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. May 1990, Vol. 70, 1334-1340.

Effects of a short course of oral phosphate treatment on serum parathyroid hormone and biochemical markers of bone turnover: A Dose-Response Study. Kim Brixan, Henning K. Nielsen, Peder Charles, Leif Mosekilde. Calcified Tissues International. 1992, Vol.51, 276-281.

Dietary phosphorus, calcium metabolism, and bone. Mona Schiess Calvo. Journal of Nutrition. 1993, Vol.123, 1627-1633.

Intakes of calcium, phosphorus, protein, and physical activity level are related to radial bone mass in young adult women. Jill A Metz, John JB Andersen, Philip N Gallagher Jr. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. October 1993, Vol.58, No.4, 537-542.

Changing phosphorus content of the U.S. diet: potential for adverse effects on bone. Mona S. Calvo, Youngmee K. Park. Journal of Nutrition. April 1996, Vol. 126(4Supp), 1168s-1180s.

Calcium, Phosphorus and Human Bone Development. John J.B. Anderson. Journal of Nutrition. 1996, Vol. 126(4Supp), 1153s-1158s.

Dietary calcium, protein, and phosphorus are related to bone mineral density and content in young women. Dorothy Teegarden, Roseann M Lyle, George P McCabe, Linda D Mcabe, William R Proulx, Kathryn Michon, Ada P Knight, C Conrad Johnson, and Connie M Weaver. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. September 1998, Vol.68, No.3, 749-754.

Relationship between bone mineral density, serum vitamin D metabolites and calcium/phosphorus intake in healthy perimenopausal women. C. Brot, N. Jorgensen, O.R. Madsen, L.B. Jensen, O.H. Sorensen. Journal of Internal Medicine. May 1999, Vol. 245, Issue 5, 509-516.

The Institute of Medicine’s Dietary Reference Intake for Phosphorus: A Critical Perspective. Leonard Sax, MD, PhD Journal of the American College of Nutrition. August 2001, Vol. 20, No. 4, 271-278.

Positive association between 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels and bone mineral density: a population based study of young and older adults. Bischoff-Ferrari H.A., Dietrich T., Orav E.J. Dawson-Hughes B., American Journal of Medicine. 2004, Vol. 116, 634-639.

High phosphorus intakes acutely and negatively affect calcium and bone metabolism in a dose-dependent manner in healthy young women. Kemi VE, Karkkainen MU, Lamberg-Allardt CJ. British Journal of Nutrition. 2006, Vol. 96, 545-552.

Dietary calcium and serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D status in relation to BMD among U.S. adults. Bischoff-Ferrari H.A., Kiel D.P., Dawson-Hughes B. Journal Bone Mineral Research. 2009, Vol. 24, 935-942.

Calcium in chronic kidney disease: myths and realities. Craig B. Langman, Jorge B. Cannata-Andia. Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. January 2010, Vol. 5, s1-s2.

Low calcium/phosphorus ratio in habitual diets affects serum parathyroid hormone concentration and calcium metabolism in healthy women with adequate calcium intake. Virpi E. Kemi, Merja U.M. Karkkainen, Hannu J. Rita, Marika M.L. Laaksonen, Terhi A. Outila, Christel J.E. Lamberg-Allardt. British Journal of Nutrition. 2010, Vol. 103, 561-568.

Effect of calcium plus vitamin D supplementation during pregnancy in Brazilian adolescent mothers: a randomized placebo-controlled trial. Maria Eduarda L. Diogenes, Flavia F. Bezerra, Elaine P. Rezende, Marcia Fernanda Taveria, Isabel Pinhal, Carmen M. Donangelo. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. July 2013, Vol. 98, No. 1, 82-91.

Unexpected long-term effects of calcium supplementation in pregnancy on material bone outcomes in women with a low calcium intake: a follow-up study. Landing M.A. Jarjou, Yankuba Sawo, Gail R. Goldberg, M. Ann Lasky, Tim J. Cole, Ann Prentice. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. September 2013, Vol. 98, No. 3, 723-730.

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