March 2008 Issue
Calcium Alone May Harm Bones; Add D and Phosphorus, Try Food First
Q. I heard that calcium may not help protect against broken bones. Is that true?
A. You’re probably referring to a recent study that concluded that calcium intake—whether from food or supplements—had no effect on the incidence of hip fractures in men and women. But don't give up on calcium.
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