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Facts and Parenting Tips About The Nutrient Calcium For Children









Nourishing Advice for a Healthy Family

These articles were written to help parents increase their child's calcium.  Calcium is a necessary mineral that helps children grow strong bones and teeth!  


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Guide For Parents To Find Foods Highest In Calcium For Children

Healthy calcium rich food for kids -Discover new high calcium food ideas and alternatives to dairy foods for children with our high calcium foods chart.

Daily Calcium And Vitamin D Requirements For Children For Healthy Bones And Teeth

Childhood calcium requirements - table displaying the daily requirements to build strong and healthy bones

Parent Information - Why Children Need Calcium

Children need calcium rich foods to grow strong bones, yet many kids are not eating enough high calcium foods to meet the daily requirements

Foods High In Calcium For The Vegetarian or Vegan Child

Find the healthy foods high in calcium for the vegetarian and vegan child that ensure healthy bone growth and teeth.

Got Milk? Dealing with a Lactose Intolerant Child

This article delves into what having a lactose intolerant child means, as well as how to ensure they are getting the best nutrition possible regardless.

How organic is your milk?

You want to choose organic milk but there seems to be so many variations. How do you know the best organic dairy product to choose? Our dietitian has a nice overview of the differences in organic dairy. Knowing the differences in your organic dairy.

Dem Bones, Dem Bones

You might be surprised to know that many children don't get enough vitamin D and calcium. They are both very important because they work together to create bones and healthy teeth. Is Your Child Getting Enough Calcium?

List Of Risk Factors For Osteoporosis

You may be wondering why we have osteoporosis listed in this section. The reason is that it can be prevented by building strong bones. Strong bones are built during childhood by getting enough calcium, vitamin D and weight bearing exercise. List of risk factors for osteoporosis.
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