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The results show that the supplemented adults who ate a diet high in protein displayed significant positive effects on their bone mass density.
The type of protein consumed -- plant or animal -- did not make a difference in the effect on bone mass density, rather it was the amount of protein in the diet.
Life Line Screening currently offers five additional non-invasive lifesaving health screens including: an Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm screen that detects the existence of an aneurysm or enlargement in the abdominal aorta through ultrasound visualization; an Ankle Brachial Index that screens for peripheral arterial disease in the lower extremities using ultrasound technology; an Osteoporosis screening that estimates the bone density of the heel to detect abnormal bone mass density, which may suggest a risk of osteoporosis; a Cholesterol and Glucose screening that provides a full profile cholesterol and glucose evaluation to identify increased blood cholesterol and glucose levels; and a PSA screen that detects risk of prostate cancer.