Are you getting enough calcium in your diet for good bone health? Most women are not. In fact, according to a survey conducted by the American Dietetic Association, 9 out of 10 women over the age of 30 consume less than the recommended amount of calcium per day and many only consume one-half of the target amount.
Here are some foods that are high in calcium and can go a long way towards helping you meet your recommended daily calcium intake! Click here for a printable 5 day Calcium Smart Menu.
Your calcium requirements increase as you grow older. Read below to find out if you are getting the recommended amount of calcium in your daily diet.
You can start taking better care of your bone health right now by following these simple steps.
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