Mealtime is a perfect opportunity to boost your calcium intake -- as long as you do it right! This eMedTV slideshow tells you what you need to know about eating for bone health, with information on fortified foods, naturally calcium-rich foods, and foods that can actually lead to calcium loss.
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Dairy products are probably the first thing people turn to when they think of foods that promote bone health. Milk, cheese, yogurt, and even ice cream (in moderation) are all great sources of calcium -- some are even fortified with vitamin D. Just make sure you are choosing low-fat varieties if you are watching your weight.
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