Beth Sissons
June 14 2022

During menopause and postmenopause, bone density decreases. Boron in the diet or taken as a supplement may benefit bone health.

Boron is a trace element that is present in many plant foods. People can also take boron as a supplement.
Boron may affect calcium, vitamin D, and estrogen levels, which all play a part in bone health for menopausal or postmenopausal females.
This article looks at boron, which foods contain it, the potential benefits of boron, and its side effects.


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