Does fennel help in bone disease?

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Yes, it does. Bone disease gradually starts in the 30s, resulting in declined bone mass in the 50s. This can be prevented in the first place by including ingredients such as fennel in your food. Fennel is a plant whose stalk and bulb are cooked and eaten, and the seeds are used as a spice. It is rich in antioxidants and contains several essentials vitamins and minerals essential for overall health.

You will find the following facts interesting:

·     Fennel contains calcium, magnesium, manganese, and potassium, all of which are crucial for bone health, helping in bone formation and giving it the hardness and structure.

·     Research reveals that it reduces bone breakdown by reducing the function of osteoclasts.

·     Fennel seeds have shown to prevent bone loss and increases bone density.

Learn more about ways to use fennel in cooking.