3. Don’t Take Too Much Calcium - Run the Numbers First

Remember that too much calcium absorption may increase the risks of having kidney stones and also the risk of having a heart disease. If you are still under 50 years old (which, I presume, you are, being an AllWomenStalk reader), the daily calcium intake should not exceed 1,000 milligrams. While, for women over 50 years old, 1,200 milligrams each day is key. Which they can easily get from 3 servings of food rich in calcium, such as almonds, milk, yogurt, cheese, even salmon.

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