Calcium

Maintain strong bones, carry out many important functions. Stored in bones, where it supports their structure and hardness. Needed for muscle movement and to send messages between the brain and body parts by way of your nerves. Helps blood vessels move blood throughout the body, and release hormones and enzymes that effect functions in the body.

Milk, yogurt, cheese, kale, broccoli, sardines, salmon, grains (breads, pasta, unfortified cereals), often added to fruit juices, soy and rice beverages and tofu

RDA 1,000mg/day

http://ods.od.nih.gov/

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Posted on December 10, 2013, in Faculty & Staff, Healthy UND/Healthy UND 2020, Nutrition/Culinary Corner, Physical, Resources. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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