Importance of bone strength

We all know that bones are strong and hard but have you ever wondered why is it important to have strong bones? Our bones become weak and brittle as we grow old. Find out how bones grow and support your child’s body and various factors that strengthen bones.

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Importance of calcium
and vitamin D

We introduce to you essential nutrients required to strengthen your child’s bones as having strong bones during childhood lays the right foundation for bone strength throughout life. Calcium and Vitamin D are the most important minerals for bone strength. It is essential that your child receives adequate amount of these nutrients along with some exercise during their preteen and teen years. Want to know other benefits of Calcium and Vitamin D?

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Recommended calcium intake

Calcium is a vital mineral that plays a crucial role in strengthening your child’s bones. It is very important to ensure that your child meets the recommended daily intake of calcium, especially during the puberty years, as bones grow quicker during this stage than at any other time. Find out how much calcium is required for your child to meet the daily recommended intake.

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Different sources of
calcium and Vitamin D

Meeting the daily recommended intakes of Calcium and Vitamin D in your child’s diet can help lessen the risk of bone-related diseases in their future. Calcium helps in developing bone mass and Vitamin D effectively absorbs and regulates the calcium received in the body from digested food. Discover the various other sources of Calcium and Vitamin D to include in your child’s diet.

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Info about calcium absorption

You probably know that calcium is an essential mineral that strengthens your child’s bones and you need to include calcium-rich foods in your child’s diet to boost bone health. But, do you know that some foods in your child’s diet are preventing the absorption of calcium in their body? While a balanced diet is key for children, it isn’t enough. Read to know other ways by which you can ensure that calcium is being absorbed by your child’s body.

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