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Calcium And D — 2 Comments

  1. Thank you for some interesting tips.

    Years ago there were quite a few cases of Rickets about (this is when the bones in the legs end up bow shaped through not enough Vitamin D in the diet). Apparently this disease is returning and more and more cases are being reported.

    A useful little tip to increase the intake of calcium: …. sesame seeds not only contain Omega 6 and Omega 3 but masses of Calcium. They can be added to soups, stirfries, salads, breakfast cereals, cakes … the list is endless. So these can be eaten alongside milk, cheese and yoghurt.
    .-= Polly´s last blog ..Mole =-.

  2. @ Polly

    this is a great added info. thanks so much for sharing it here.

    I’m not a milk and yogurt kind of gal, and knowing that sesame seeds are also rich in calcium through you then all the more I have the reason to keep toasting sesame seeds to sprinkle it to my favorite salad and cereals.

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