Saving money seemed to be normal. But if saving Calcium, hmm ... looks like you need to try. Surely you've heard the word 'osteoporosis', the dreaded bone women approaching old age (menopause). But, really osteoporosis only in women at menopause only? Your bones 'proceed' Since the fetus is still in the womb, bone cells have started to grow with the accompaniment of bone weathering process. This continued until the age of 20 years, the rate of bone growth that began with the pelapukannya balanced. Naturally, the age of the bones begins to decline at age 35 years. Densities begin to decline 0.5-1% a year until the menopause. After 5 years postmenopausal, depreciation increased to 3-5% and then 1% per year in subsequent years. Not only are women Osteoprosis can affect anyone, male or female, either in menopause or not. This is due to the bone, which is a buffer body, is a living tissue that forms a continuous mnenerus. Strong bones depend on whether or not adequate bone-forming elements, such as Calcium, Magnesium and vitamin D. The following table calcium needs by age and gender *: MEN WOMEN Age Keb. Calcium (mg) Wis. Calcium (mg) 9-13 th 1300 1300 14-18 th 1300 1300 19-30 th 1000 1000 31-50 th 1000 1000 51-70 th 1200 1200 > 1200 70 th 1200 Pregnant <18 th 1300 19-30 th 1000 31-50 th 1000 Breastfeeding <18 th 1300 19-30 th 1000 31-50 th 1000 Meet the 'bank' your Klasium Beauty fades because of osteoporosis? Of course you do not want that. then be wise. Before the process of bone weathering occurs, be diligent 'saving' of calcium. so you will not be a 'big baby' in old age. The most appropriate way is to eat high calcium foods. Try to be creative with memadupadankannya in the form of diet. The secret is you have to know what foods are high calcium. The following info will help you. Foods Calcium (mg) Dairy Products Non-fat powdered milk 1/3 cup 300 Skim milk 1 cup 300 Yogurt 227 gr 300 Cheddar cheese 28 gr 204 50 ounces tofu 258 Vegetable Bok Choy, 1/2 cup, cooked 126 Horseradish 1/2 cup, cooked 99 Green vegetables, 1/2 cup 90 Fish Mackerel, 1/2 cans of 225 Salmon, 1/2 cans of 200 Sardines 4184 Fruits (per 100 g) Mandarin Oranges 14 Pineapple 7 Bananas 6
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