Top chefs partner with Osteoporosis Australia for Serve Up Bone Strength campaign

08 October, 2015 by
Aoife Boothroyd

In the lead up to World Osteoporosis Day, some of Australia’s leading chefs have teamed up with Osteoporosis Australia to raise awareness around the importance of bone strength.

Titled Serve Up Bone Strength, the campaign features recipes from Maggie Beer, Luke Nguyen, Andy Allen, Nino Zoccali, Danny Parreno, and Lee Holmes, each of which provide a healthy dose of calcium and protein.

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The range of chef’s recipes are being made available to the public today in the lead up to  World Osteoporosis Day on 20 October.

Osteoporosis Australia CEO Greg Lyubomirsky poor bone health affects 66 per cent of people over 50.

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“Poor nutritional habits including a lack of protein, low vitamin D levels, and low calcium intake is impacting the future risk of osteoporosis,” says Lyubomirsky. “Serve Up Bone Strength” is a positive step towards raising awareness that better nutrition means better bones. We are so excited to have partnered with some of the country’s leading Chefs to raise awareness of the importance of eating well for bone health – and to do some delicious cooking along the way.”

For more information of the program, click here.

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