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Osteoporosis, as defined by the National Health Association, is a skeletal disorder that is more common in old age and is characterized by a decrease in bone strength and puts a person at risk for fractures.
In the absence of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, zinc and vitamin D in the diet, the body absorbs this deficiency from bone tissue, and this over time causes bone mineral deficiency and consequently osteoporosis. Also, with age, the destruction of bone tissue becomes more than its construction, and over time, this complication occurs in old age and in women during menopause.
Calcium is an essential mineral and has a wide range of biological roles.
In addition to its major role in bone and tooth structure, calcium plays a role in muscle contraction, nerve conduction, heart rate, blood coagulation, glandular secretion, energy production, and immune function regulation, among many others. Calcium is found mainly in the bones and teeth in the form of a compound called calcium hydroxyapatite phosphate. More than 99% of all body calcium is found in the bones and teeth. Calcium makes up 1% to 2% of the total body weight of adults.
Calcium has anti-osteoporotic activity.
It may also have anticancer activity, antihypertensive and hypocholesterolemic activity. Insufficient calcium intake leads to decreased bone mass and osteoporosis. The results of some studies suggest that calcium may also reduce the risk of colorectal cancer. Calcium supplementation reduces the risk of colon proliferation and consequently colon cancer.
In addition, calcium supplementation has the greatest effect in reducing systolic blood pressure in people with hypertension. However, calcium absorption is dependent on the activity of the active form of vitamin D (1 and 25 dihydroxy D3).
Vitamin D improves the quality of calcium absorption and is effective in absorbing phosphorus from the small intestine. Vitamin D deficiency is characterized by inadequate mineralization or skeletal demineralization. Inadequate skeletal mineralization is the cause of rickets in children. Vitamin D is also known as anti-rickets factor. Skeletal demineralization in adults can lead to osteomalacia. Vitamin D deficiency in adults is eventually associated with osteoporosis.
This is due to the compensatory increase in the production of parathyroid hormone, which will lead to bone breakdown.
Vitamin D supplementation is expected to prevent osteoporosis and bone fractures in people with latent vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D may also be useful in the treatment of corticosteroid-induced osteoporosis by stimulating calcium absorption from the small intestine and inhibiting its secretion, as well as inhibiting the secretion of parathyroid hormone.
Magnesium is another essential electrolyte in human nutrition that has a wide range of biological functions. Magnesium is essential for major biological processes such as cellular energy production, nucleic acid and protein production, and the control of migraine headaches. It is also important in the electrical stability of cells, the preservation of membrane integrity, muscle contraction, nerve conduction and regulation of vascular tone, and some other factors.
Magnesium can prevent osteoporosis.
Magnesium affects the metabolism of minerals and the matrix in bone. Magnesium depletion can cause stunted bone growth, osteopenia, and increased bone fragility. Lack of magnesium content leads to the formation of more and larger mineral crystals in the bone, which are more brittle than amorphous crystals.
Zinc is another mineral found in all organs, tissues, fluids and secretions of the body.
Nearly 90% of all body zinc is found in skeletal muscle and bone. The results of studies show that zinc supplementation can accelerate the healing of long bone fractures in patients. Zinc affects the activity of the hormone somatomedin C, which is secreted by growth hormone in the liver, causes the formation of cartilage and bone tissue and is an effective factor in the growth of the body.
Some claim that zinc has protective effects on the nervous system and may be helpful in depression, while others suggest that zinc may be used as an anti-aging agent. There are different results of using zinc in pediatric pneumonia and prevention and improvement of cold symptoms, adaptation of vision in the dark and olfactory and taste activity.
Iran Dineh Industries Complex has prepared and marketed these four essential compounds in the form of Dineh Zinc Magnesium Calcium Pills, which play an important role in helping prevent and treat osteoporosis.
This Dineh product is suitable for people who do not get enough calcium, zinc, magnesium and vitamin D through their diet, people who are not exposed to enough sunlight, pregnant and lactating women (zinc in this product in growth and development The fetus is effective and prevents premature birth).
Adolescents, especially young girls, women before and after menopause, the elderly to prevent presbyopia, people with chronic diarrhea, people with colds to increase the body’s natural resistance, and people with impaired taste. Calcium Magnesium Zinc Tablet of Dineh Iran Company is a useful dietary supplement and contains a combination of all the essential minerals to maintain the strength of bone tissue, which can be consumed 1-2 times a day with a glass of water and with food. This product has no side effects and is well tolerated in the recommended amount.