Osteoporosis Diet and Prevention


Healthy eating and supplements:

Calcium Intake

you should know, calcium is very important to maintaining the health of your bones. The daily normal intake of calcium is about 1000 mg for the age between 19 and 50 years and 1200 mg for 51 years and older. So the more you get calcium in your diet the better it is. If you pay attention to your diet and you try to eat healthily it will be ok. For sure you will get the necessary daily intake of calcium.

There are a lot of foods rich with calcium like yogurt, tofu, dried fruit, and leafy green vegetables. Try to integrate this food into your daily diet, and it will help you to have enough calcium as recommended.



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