Get Calcium from Food, NotJust Dairy

Experts recommend boosting your calcium intake with food before considering a supplement

For years, calcium supplementation was routinely recommended. Then, along came studies showing that taking calcium supplements may increase risk for heart disease. This was followed by other studies that did not show such a link. But this has created concern among people with low bone mass who are often counseled to take calcium supplements.
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