Calcium essential for your child's bone formation

Calcium essential for your child's bone formation

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Calcium essential for your child's bone formation
Posted in 2013

Calcium is vital for making your baby’s bones and teeth. Dairy products and fish with edible bones - such as sardines - are rich in calcium. Breakfast cereals, dried fruit - such as figs and apricots - bread, almonds, tofu (a vegetable protein made from soya beans) and green leafy vegetables - such as watercress, broccoli and curly kale - are other good sources of calcium.
The recommended dietary intake of calcium per day for pregnant women over 18 is 1000 mg, and 1300mg for teenagers aged 14-18 years. If you don’t eat enough calcium in your daily diet, you should take a calcium supplement of at least 1000mg per day.
Calcium in combination with Vitamin D are complementary in maintaining bone health.
My advise
1...  I have seen birth defects due to calcium deficiency.. 
2...  Many birth defects are not proper development of hands, legs, head structure etc...
3...  It is available in your healthy food.  Eat well to have healthy child

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