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Calcium Rich Diet A calcium rich diet can be very beneficial to your health. Calcium can help improve bone health and increase energy and even general well being if taking enough and in the right way. There is many h ...
Jan 23 2008 9:24am
A Healthy Breakfast That Packs in the Calcium It shouldn't come as a surprise that the average American diet is severely lacking in calcium. This is pretty serious, considering that calcium is the mineral responsible for maintaining bone density ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Calcium All Day Long Breakfast is a great time to get your calcium. Fat-free or low fat milk, soy milk, or calcium fortified juices are great sources of the mineral, which plays an important role in building and maintain ...
Aug 27 2007 5:17am
Calcium: Know Your Sources Almost all (98 percent) of our approximately three pounds of calcium is contained in our bones, about 1 percent in our teeth, and the rest in the other tissues and the circulation. Many other nutrien ...
Sep 11 2007 3:40am
Getting the most out of your calcium supplement Calcium is good for the bones and the teeth and it is something people are generally deficient in. However, if you take calcium supplements, make sure you eat them properly to get maximum bene ...
Sep 26 2007 5:13am
... is that it is Vitamin D3 which you need with calcium to build bone. Best source of D3 is t ... more
Mar 06 2008 2:16pm
Calcium Might Help Keep The Pounds Off Dietary calcium, particularly from dairy sources, has gotten a lot of attention over the last few years from studies showing that it seems to help weight-loss efforts. A new study looked at weight r ...
Oct 05 2007 1:28pm
This news has been welcome to me. I love dairy products and now, I know that as long as I ... more
Jan 18 2008 9:32am
High calcium, vitamin D intake may have a down side In one of the first studies to examine the relationship between diet and brain lesions, researchers observed that elderly people who reported higher calcium and vitamin D intake were much more likely ...
May 08 2007 11:22am
It's better to take Calcium through diet than supplements To lead healthy lives, we often go in for various supplements and vitamins to add to our diet. A recent study has also shown that women who get most of their daily calcium from direct food intake hav ...
Jun 21 2007 4:56am
I would agree with you on that!! more
Jan 15 2010 6:57am
Calcium doesn't really come from milk I see that the last two tips of the day have been about making sure to get enough calcium by having plenty of dairy such as milk, cheese, and foods fortified with calcium. The British Medical A ...
Mar 08 2008 4:10pm
Calcium Rich Veggies If you don't like milk or have allergies, never fear, there are other ways to get your calcium for the day. Try soybeans, almond and green beans. All of these are rich in calcium. Broccoli and oran ...
Jul 17 2007 12:48pm