You don't have to drink milk to get calcium into your diet. Watch this video to learn about several foods that contain this nutrient. You'll also learn how much calcium experts recommend for adults.
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Keeping your bone strong, it doesn’t mean you have to guzzle a gallon of milk a day. Many foods contain calcium. The National Osteoporosis Foundation gives the few ideas to get you thinking and outside of the jug. For example, frozen broccoli has 94 milligrams of calcium, 10 dried figs have 270 milligrams, dry roasted almonds have 75 milligrams in each ounce. You can also look for calcium-fortified foods like bread. Remember, the National Osteoporosis Foundation recommends that adults under age 50 need 1000 milligrams of calcium daily. It’s recommended that adult over age 50 get 1200 milligrams of calcium daily. You can find more health and wellness tips on ICYou.com.

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