Clockwise from top left: Omega-3 fatty acids in walnuts make them good for our bones; polyphenol in onion may give the vegetable its bone-helping properties; prunes 'have a magical power in terms of bones'; and salmon has protein, trace minerals, omega-3 fat and vitamin D.

Four foods surprisingly good for healthy bones

Prunes, onions, salmon and walnuts are all beneficial for bone health - on top of milk and other dairy products

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Clockwise from top left: Omega-3 fatty acids in walnuts make them good for our bones; polyphenol in onion may give the vegetable its bone-helping properties; prunes 'have a magical power in terms of bones'; and salmon has protein, trace minerals, omega-3 fat and vitamin D.
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