Are you getting enough calcium? We’re great at making sure our little kids get enough calcium, but as we (and our children) get older … not so much. Yet calcium’s important for everyone: It’s a major player in skeletal health, and also is used to help nerves send signals and muscles contract. Most adults need 1,000 milligrams per day. Women over 50 and men over 70 need 1,200 milligrams per day.
So follow the following instructions:
1) Eat plenty of vegetables like bean; those are full of calcium and protein.
2) Have salmon or sardine almost every day.
3) Try to keep various types of nut at your food menu.
4) Have oatmeal at breakfast, it will increase the calcium of your body.
5) Orange contains vitamin C and Calcium. Try to have these types of citrus fruits.
6) Green vegetables like spinach and others leaf have calcium
7) Sesame seed is a great resource of calcium, each spoon of sesame seed contains 88 milligram calcium.
Remember one thing, have calcium and have vitamin D too. Cause calcium can’t work without vitamin D.