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Best Foods To Keep Your Bones Healthy

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A list of calcium rich foods you can consume to boost up your calcium intake for stronger bones & teeth. Not a milk drinker? Not to worry - as there are many different ways to get your calcium below:

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Spinach Report Abuse
Spinach can be incorporated into your diet both raw as a salad or cooked as a side dish, added to soups and casseroles. Also riich in Iron.
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Califlower can be used as a cruditie wih dip or cooked and whipped (a common subsitute for mashed potatoes in low glycemic diets). Also can be used in casseroles.
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American, Gouda, Cottage are good choices - rich in calcium & most children will also eat at least one of them
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A common vegatable that can be eaten raw as a cruditie or cooked. Popular vegetable used in casseroles and soups - rich in vitamins B&D also.
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Whole Milk Report Abuse
Doctors recommend whole milk for young children while their bones are growing - but many of us have switched away from whole milk to reduced fat save on the calories & fat grams. As we get older, the need for calcium increases to keep our bones in tip-top shape - consider going back to whole milk for all it's nutrient rich qualities.
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