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Calcium Information

 

Calcium is the most common mineral in the human body. Calcium is a nutrient in the news because adequate intakes are an important determinant of bone health and risk of fracture or osteoporosis. Our nation suffers from approximately 1.5 million fractures annually with an associated health care cost of $13.8 billion.

 

Approximately 99% of total body calcium is in the skeleton and teeth and 1% in blood and soft tissues. Calcium has four major biological functions: 1) structural as stores in the skeleton, 2) electrophysiological - carries charge during an action potential across membranes, 3) intracellular regulator, and 4) as a cofactor for extracellular enzymes and regulatory proteins.

 

Calcium is present in variable amounts in all the foods and water we consume, although the main sources are dairy products and vegetables. Majority people don't get enough calcium from regular diet.

 

This section provides a collection of must-know's about calcium. Content is being updated constantly to give you the most current information about calcium.

 

Calcium: General Facts

 

Calcium: General Functions

 

The Role of Calcium in Bone Development

 

The Role of Calcium in Teeth Development

 

Blood Calcium Level

 

Calcium Deficiency Symptoms

 

Calcium Element

 

Calcium Rich Foods

 

Calcium Rich Foods Reference Table

 

Why Do Women Need More Calcium?

 

Why is Calcium Critical for Boys and Girls?

 

Where is Calcium Found in the Body?

 

How To Retain Maximum Amount of Calcium from Cooking?

 

Usage of Calcium

 

Calcium and Weight Loss

 

Calcium Quiz

 

Calcium and Osteoporosis

 

Background of Calcium

 

Calcium and Osteoporosis Prevention

 

 

 
     
     

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