Health Care Coaches Suggest More Calcium.
Calcium is the most plentiful mineral in the body. Ninety-nine percent of it can be found in our bones and teeth. Foods that are high in calcium include milk, yogurt, cheddar cheese, ice cream, salmon and oysters. Adequate levels of vitamin D are required for calcium to adequately absorbed in the body. If you have a vitamin D deficiency then you may well have a calcium deficiency too. Health Care Coaches believe that if you are on a high protein diet over long periods of time this can have a detrimental effect on your body’s ability to absorb calcium and also causes an increase in urine excretion. Adults need about 1000 milligrams of this important mineral a day. If you are not eating foods high in calcium, then you need to consider taking calcium supplements. They can easily be found at most health food stores and pharmacies. The most common disorder of a deficiency of this mineral is osteoporosis. This condition is a thinning of the bones due to the loss of calcium. When calcium levels in the blood decrease, the bones release it back into the blood system so calcium can be available for other body functions such as muscle contraction of the heart. To learn more about calcium seek out a qualified health care coach.
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