You might think you’re doing your best to eat for bone health by pouring some milk over your cereal in the morning. You’re not wrong to keep an eye on your calcium intake, since most adults need at least 1,000 milligrams of the essential nutrient a day. But calcium isn’t all we require to keep our skeletons strong. We also needadequate vitamin D for optimal calcium absorption, and to subscribe to a number of healthy habits like not smoking and staying physically active. Not to mention that some a.m. milk isn’t the only route to your 1,000 milligrams each day.
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