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CARI6192 Posts: 10
6/8/12 7:22 P

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Can I count this one? As milk is a regular part of my diet. :) so a nice easy challenge for me.

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6/8/12 1:06 P

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emoticon I take supplement and have 1% milk in my coffee. Yogurt most mornings

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6/7/12 9:29 P

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6/7/12 8:58 P

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emoticon I love smoothies (with milk) in the morning!

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I'll be sure to have some milk with my dinner tonight. :-)

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I had milk after my run today, and for dinner am having Salmon & broccoli.

My amount for today is @ 120%.

So.... emoticon

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I take a calcium, supplement daily, I had milk with my oats this morning and that is it so far, but I will get more Thanks for the list, I had no idea about rhubrb, and I love it, but get very little

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6/7/12 2:48 P

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Drop one lb per week... Sharon


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6/7/12 11:52 A

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Fiber One cereal with Non fat powdered milk and a cup of yogurt! emoticon

I can do it! We can do it together. :)


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6/7/12 10:47 A

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Breakfast includes yogurt and almonds.

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Great information! I will definitely complete this challenge today! emoticon

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I will definitely do this today. Thank you for all the great information!!

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Taking my vitamin- which I have come to realize through SP that is the only way I can reach my menapausal calcium needs. For years I kidded myself that i was getting enough though milk, so I do two cups of milk a day and vitamins... and now my bones really are protected...just have to be consistent about the vitamins.

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Most of the almond milks have double the calcium of cow milk.

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Try and get two to three dairy a day in so sounds really good.

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I will do my best to get my calcium today. I have plain greek yogurt, almonds, milk, salmon, and spinach on my menu for today.


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6/7/12 12:30 A

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Thank you thank you thank you. This is wonderful information. And thanks for all the great posts every single day.

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Happy Thursday to you!

Did you know that:

Calcium is the mineral most likely to be deficient in the average diet!

Your challenge today is to get in your calcium through dairy, soy-based products, or calcium-rich foods.

Some foods are:

*Milk
*Yogurt
*Cheese
*Tofu & Soy products
*Salmon
*Rhubarb
*Broccoli
*Sardines
*Spinach
*Peas
*Brussel Sprouts
*White & Baked Beans
*Bok Choy
*Almonds
*Sesame Seeds

Things to also note:

*About 99 percent of the calcium in the human body is held in the bones and teeth. The remaining 1 percent of calcium circulates in the bloodstream, where it performs a variety of important functions.

*Calcium helps to contract muscles and helps regulate the contractions of the heart.

*Calcium plays a role in the transmission of nerve impulses and in blood clotting.

*Calcium is involved in the stimulation of contractions of the uterus during childbirth and in milk production.

*Calcium regulates the secretion of various hormones and aids in the functioning of various enzymes within the body.

*The result of a mild insufficiency of calcium over the long term may be thinning bones, termed osteoporosis or the softening of bony tissue, called osteomalacia. The faulty metabolism of calcium during childhood may result in a condition called rickets.

*Recent research even points to calcium deficiency as being a possible cause of hypertension (high blood pressure) and of colon cancer.

*Calcium helps keep the weight off. Research suggests that if you don't get enough calcium in your diet, you're likely to be overweight. Of course, it's possible to be overweight even if you do get plenty of calcium, but an adequate supply of Calcium appears to make it easier to maintain a healthy weight.

Get in your Calcium today! Your bones will thank you for it!

Have a STRONG AND STURDY Thursday!

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