The amount of calcium that you need depends on your age and sex.
19-50 years old: 1,000mg and a daily limit of 2,500mg
51-70 years old: 1,000mg and a daily limit of 2,000mg
71 years old an older: 1,200mg and a daily limit of 2,000mg
19 – 50 years old: 1,200mg and a daily limit of 2,500mg
51 years old and older: 1,200mg and a daily limit of 2,000mg
Going above the daily limit might give you health problems related to excessive calcium like Hypercalcemia. Women need more calcium than men because for some reason, they are more prone to osteoporosis or the thinning of bones than men.
Sadly, our bodies can’t produce calcium so you must acquire it through the following food:
Green and leafy vegetables like broccoli, bok choy, okra, collards, turnip greens, leeks, artichokes, kale, swiss chard, fennel, celery, spinach, dandelion greens, asparagus, cabbage, brussels sprouts, etc.
Fish with edible bones like sardines and canned salmon, and other calcium fortified foods but take note of the other stuff that goes with it. Your orange juice might be calcium-fortified but it’s not worth it if the sugar level is way too high.
Incorporate calcium in your meals! Try this cauliflower rice recipe or try this fruit and herb infused water recipe using mineral water.
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