Foods that provides CALCIUM to the bones.

FOOD that provides CALCIUM to the bones

There are 206 bones in the human body. If even one of these bones becomes weak, the balance of the body deteriorates. Calcium is necessary for the strength of the bones. Drink at least one glass of milk daily and mothers often have the same sentence.
“Milk yellow, it contains calcium which strengthens bones.

Let’s learn some calcium!

WHAT is CALCIUM?
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Most of the calcium in the body is in the teeth and bones. Calcium is also found in the blood. Bones act as a bank of calcium. As much calcium as is eaten, it accumulates in the bone bank.The bone bank provides the blood with as much calcium as it needs to keep its levels normal. If the required amount of calcium is not consumed, the bone bank will become empty.
To do this, it is important to eat calcium-rich foods that balance blood calcium levels and strengthen bone reserves.


What happens with CALCIUM deficiency ․․․?
::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: CALCIUM deficiency affects bones, joints and teeth in the body. Cracking of bones, pain in bones and joints, twisting of limbs are all symptoms of calcium deficiency.
Calcium deficiency is becoming a common problem nowadays due to modern lifestyle and calorie rich foods (chocolate, cake, cold drinks, war foods) not only the elderly, middle-aged people but also the youth and children are suffering from calcium deficiency. It is important to have a healthy amount of calcium and vitamin D in the body to keep bones strong and protect against joint pain.

Naturally occurring calcium is more beneficial and beneficial for health. Many foods are useful for providing the body with adequate amount of calcium.

  1. Leafy Vegetables are beneficial
    :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Vegetables and fruits are essential for health and wellness. Leafy vegetables are very useful for overcoming calcium deficiency. For example, cabbage, mushrooms, greens and broccoli etc.
    These vegetables should be included in the diet plan regularly. They help in supplying calcium to the body.
  2. BEANS.
    ::::::::::::::::: ……Beans are an important source of calcium for the human body.Beans, peas, guar beans, French beans and beans are also rich in protein along with calcium.

3.Milk.
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Milk

is the best tonic for calcium deficiency.
It contains a large amount of calcium. Calcium in milk plays an important role in strengthening bones, joints and muscles. In addition, dairy products such as cheese, yogurt and butter are also a source of adequate amounts of calcium for the body. Vitamin D is present in large quantities. Older people, children and young people can lead a healthier and healthier life by consuming more dairy products.

4.YOGURT
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Yogurt is a food that is rich in vitamin D along with calcium.One cup of yogurt contains 30% calcium and 20% vitamin D, which is enough to meet the daily requirement of these two foods.

  1. ALMOND.
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    It is possible to keep almonds in your daily diet to keep your bones healthy and strong.In addition to calcium, almonds can also provide healthy fats that are good for overall health.

6.🧀 CHEESE.
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CHEESE 🧀 is a diet rich in calcium, but only moderate consumption can be beneficial for healthy bones.

7.SPINACH
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To provide the necessary calcium to the bones, you must eat spinach at least once a week. Spinach flower is rich in calcium but it is also rich in fiber, iron and vitamin A.

  1. ORANGE 🍊 JUICE.
    ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::The acid called ascorbic acid in Maltese juice is said to be useful in absorbing calcium in the body.
  2. 9.Excess CALCIUM :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
    Sometimes extra calcium is needed. Be sure to consult your doctor or dietitian before starting any additional medication.

Published by Asim Hanif

Professor Asim Hanif Health tips. HEALTH Is WEALTH.

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