Excessive calcium doesn’t doesn’t reduce facture risk

A calcium intake of around 700 mg a day is vital for maintaining healthy bones but a Swedish study suggests increasing calcium intake above this level fails to reduce the risk of fractures or osteoporosis in later life. The authors reviewed data from a large population study of Swedish women carried out in 1987 to investigate the links between long-term dietary calcium intake and the risk of fractures.

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