I'm Jackie Arnett and this is nutrition and skeletal problems. If you're experiencing skeletal problems, then nutrition can provide a lot of answers for you. Nutrition provides mineralization and the bone maintenance you need to make sure your bone mineral density is not decrease. What you need to look at is for the right vitamins and minerals. Well, the most important minerals as you may know already is calcium. Calcium, you can get from great milk sources or you can actually get calcium from vegetarian sources like kale and spinach which should actually be more buy available. Another vitamin you need is vitamin D which helps the calcium get to the bones. Other vitamins and minerals that might not come to your head right away for skeletal health is vitamin C. Vitamin C is found in fruits and vegetables especially oranges is used for producing cartilage Cartilage helps keep the bones healthy. Another great vitamin mineral you need is vitamin K and magnesium. They help with bone healing as well as bone maintenance. What you do in nutrition is helpful. Also, what you don't do in nutrition is also helpful. Actually drinking soda has showed to decrease bone density in both male and females. So, by making sure that you get the vitamin minerals you need and avoiding the ones you don't, well soda doesn't have any, you can actually ensure that you do not have skeletal problems and have better bone health.