Ready to get serious about your calcium intake? If you are nearing menopause, concerned about osteoporosis, or do not get enough calcium in your diet, then it's probably time. Frequently recommended by physicians, Oscal provides supplemental calcium that may be missing from your diet (even your daily multivitamin may supply too little calcium to protect your long-term health--the National Osteoporosis Foundation suggests between 1,000 and 1,300 mg a day, depending on your age).
Tip: Weight-bearing (walking, jogging, dancing) and resistance (weightlifting) exercises also strengthen bones.
Ready to get serious about your calcium intake? If you are nearing menopause, concerned about osteoporosis, or get insufficient calcium from your diet, then it's probably time. Oscal provides supplemental calcium that may be missing from your diet.
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Osteoporosis... What you should know. What you can do.
Osteoporosis affects middle-aged and older persons, especially Caucasian and Asian women, and those whose families tend to have fragile bones in later years.
A lifetime of regular exercise and eating a healthful diet that includes enough calcium, especially during teen and early adult years, builds and maintains good bone health and may reduce the risk of osteoporosis in later life.
Adequate calcium intake is important, but daily intakes above 2000 mg are not likely to provide any additional benefit.
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Dietary Supplement Helps Build Strong Bones And May Help Prevent
Osteoporosis Adequate Calcium in a healthful diet is important for teen, young adult and post menopausal women. Vitamin D improves ...