Interactive map reveals millions of people aren't eating enough calcium
1 month ago - By Daily Mail
Nepal in Asia was found to be the worst offender - having an intake of calcium seven times lower than the amount in Iceland, according to The International Osteoporosis Foundation.
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Experts discuss implications of low calcium intake in global population
1 month ago - By News Medical
The new interactive Global Map of Dietary Calcium Intake in Adults, launched today by the International Osteoporosis Foundation , reveals that many populations are not getting enough calcium in their diets. The Map reflects the findings of a recent study published by an IOF Calcium Steering Committee*
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