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    Default Rutin: The Polyphenol That Slows Down Bone Resorbtion, Increases Bone Deposition

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    Polyphenols are compounds found in plant foods, and a diet rich in fruits and vegetables will contain a wide variety of these plant chemicals. There is such a wide variety, in fact, that scientists are just discovering the health attributes of these amazing substances, and research continues to reveal new and exciting benefits, including those that specifically boost bone health.
    Today we’re going to take a close look at one such polyphenol: rutin, which plays a direct role in bone remodeling, prevents and improves cognitive decline, and has several other amazing health benefits

    Read more: http://saveourbones.com/rutin-the-po...itive-decline/

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    Default Re: Rutin: The Polyphenol That Slows Down Bone Resorbtion, Increases Bone Deposition

    This is good news for me. I eat many of the listed foods, especially buckwheat — which as a diabetic I can use in place of flour in cornmeal and pancakes. Maybe that helps explain my very good bone scans?
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    Default Re: Rutin: The Polyphenol That Slows Down Bone Resorbtion, Increases Bone Deposition

    Buckwheat, in addition to being a very good source of rutin, contains no gluten. This is important for those who are quite sensitive to the effects of gluten. The "wheat" in the name buckwheat is sort of a misnomer, as the two - wheat and buckwheat - are not biologically related to each other.

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    Yup — that's another reason for me to always have buckwheat in the house.
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    Good article, Julieanne. Thanks for posting it. That's fascinating, and wonderful, about rutin's positive effect on intraocular pressure/glaucoma.

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    I love how I can type "glaucoma" in the search box and immediately bring up this and another half-dozen articles on the topic!
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