Bones not only constitute the "skeleton" of the human body, but also play the role of the glands. They produce the hormone osteocalcin affects the organs and acts as a catalyst in the treatment of diabetes and infertility, according to news agency ANSA.
Biologists from the University of Rome "La Sapienza" and the University "Campus Biomedica" proved that this hormone serves as a "language" in which "talk" different bodies in the first place — the bones and the endocrine system. Osteocalcin also plays a role in energy metabolism and the production of sex hormones. This allowed the scientists to conclude