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    How do you manage your calcuim? Calcium Food Calculator
    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Nutrition and osteoporosis are closely linked. If you're not getting the right nutrients, whether in your diet or through supplements, you're putting yourself at greater risk for osteoporosis. One of these is calcium, but just how much should you be getting to help fight osteoporosis, and how should you be getting it?

    See this Calcium Food Calculator to see how much calcium is in certain foods, how much calcium you need and how to add more to your diet -

    Calcium Food Calculator
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    What is your favorite calcium rich food? Did any foods surprise you? Having too much or too little calcium than you expected?

    Salmon croquettes with dill sauce sound like a yummy, easy dinner for tonight's meal!


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