Osteoporosis

Calcium calculator

Is your calcium intake adequate for bone health? Or are you on your way to osteoporosis? Calculate your calcium intake by checking your diet. Have you eaten any of the following calcium-rich foods during the past 24 hours?

Bread



Cooked broccoli


Kidney or lentils


Orange



Chickpeas


Cottage cheese


Ice cream



Parmesan cheese


Almonds



Baked beans, soy beans or white beans



Frozen yoghurt



Pancakes or waffles, made with milk



Pudding or desert, made with milk



Soft cheeses e.g. feta, mozzarella or camembert


Soup made with milk


Hard cheese e.g. cheddar, swiss or gouda


Processed cheese



Salmon



Sardines



Fruit-flavoured yoghurt


Milk - skimmed, 2%, full-cream or buttermilk



Skim milk powder


Plain yoghurt



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Healthy Bones

Tereza is the CEO of the National Osteoporosis Foundation and worked as a Nursing Sister in the field of Osteoporosis for 18 years prior to her appointment with the Foundation. She used to be the Educational Officer for the Foundation and co-wrote the patient brochure on Osteoporosis. Read more

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