HOW EVERYONE DECEIVED ABOUT CALCIUM

We have been taught since childhood that the main source of calcium is dairy products.

Calcium is the most common trace element in the human body. Most of the calcium contains teeth and bones.

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Let's face it:

Vegetable products rich in calcium:

Mac 1460 mg / 100 g

Sesame 670 - 975 mg / 100 g

Nettle 713 mg / 100 g

Plantain large 412 mg / 100 g

Sunflower seeds 367 mg / 100 g

Rosehip 257 mg / 100 g

Almond 252 - 273 mg / 100 g

Parsley 245 mg / 100 g

Hazelnut 226 mg / 100 g

Amaranth, seed 214 mg / 100 g

Cress-salad 214 mg / 100 g

While in cow's milk its content is only 120 mg / 100 g, and in cottage cheese 80 mg / 100.

Recommended by the World Health Organization daily intake of calcium:

Children under 3 years old - 600 mg.

Children from 4 to 10 years old - 800 mg.

Children from 10 to 13 years old - 1000 mg.

Adolescents from 13 to 16 years of age - 1200 mg.

Young people from 16 and older - 1000 mg.

Adults from 25 to 50 years - from 800 to 1200 mg.