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    What's your No. 1 diet strategy for treating osteoporosis?

    Poll Results

    I make sure to get enough vitamin D and calcium.

    65%

    I eat fruits and veggies to boost potassium, magnesium, and vitamin K.

    14%

    I follow a low-salt diet.

    6%

    I eat plenty of protein.

    15%

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