August 2005 Issue
Absorption of Calcium From Fortified Foods Varies; Does It Matter?
Q. Is the calcium in calcium-fortified juices and soymilks absorbed as well as the calcium in milk?
A. Sometimes, but not always. The form of calcium in calcium-fortified beverages varies, as does its absorption by the body.
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