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Posted by: Charmain | 2010/03/23

CALCIUM

FROM WHICH AGE SHOULD ONE TAKE EXTRA CALCIUM SUPPLEMENTS FOR ONE NOT TO END UP GETTING OSTEOPEROSIS &  WHAT DO YOU SUGGEST??

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Dear Charmain
One must ensure a calcium intake of at least 1000mg per day either in diet or with diet and supplements. This holds true for most people. Try to work out what you take in diet and supplement accordingly. You can contact the Osteoporosis Foundation for more info on calcium. Their tel no is 021 9317894

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Posted by: Healthy Bones | 2010/03/23

Dear Charmain
One must ensure a calcium intake of at least 1000mg per day either in diet or with diet and supplements. This holds true for most people. Try to work out what you take in diet and supplement accordingly. You can contact the Osteoporosis Foundation for more info on calcium. Their tel no is 021 9317894

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