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we have to take balance calcium
what kind of milk we get more calcium/
high calcium intake appears to increase the presence o a specific type of protein called fiber blast growth factor 23, which earlier research has linked to heart disease. high calcium intake can also cause constipation. it also interferes with absorption of other mineral such as zinc andiron, though this effect is not well established. excess calcium intake from supplements but not from foods has been associated with the increased risk of kidney stones and usually related to excessive milk intake. too much milk in young children can replace other essential foods in the diet.
also high calcium levels in blood can cause a really serious disorders,like primary hyperparathyroidism (gland cause excesive amounts of Ca to leave the bone and enter the blood
so even the minerals should taken in moderation
A high calcium intake form both food and supplements is associated with an increased risk of all_cause mortality and death from heart disease.
Can high calcium intake kills
Excessive milk ingestion could lead to high calcium. High calcium causes disease.
In high calcium intake,what are the factors that can be use to control the intake of milk product ?
Calcium is LIKELY SAFE for most people when taken appropriately in recommended doses. Calcium can cause some minor side effects such as belching or gas. Avoid taking too much calcium. The Institute of Medicine sets the daily tolerable upper intake level (UL) for calcium based on age as follows: Age 0-6 months, 1000 mg; 6-12 months, 1500 mg; 1-3 years, 2500 mg; 9-18 years, 3000 mg; 19-50 years, 2500 mg; 51+ years, 2000 mg. Higher doses increase the chance of having serious side effects. Some recent research also suggests that doses over the recommended daily requirement of 1000-1300 mg daily for most adults might increase the chance of heart attack. This research is concerning, but it is still too soon to say for certain that calcium is truly the cause of heart attack. Until more is known, continue consuming adequate amounts of calcium to meet daily requirements, but not excessive amounts of calcium. Be sure to consider total calcium intake from both dietary and supplemental sources and try not to exceed 1000-1300 mg of calcium per day. To figure out dietary calcium, count 300 mg/day from non-dairy foods plus 300 mg/cup of milk or fortified orange juice.
Health and Human Development - High calcium intake
High calcium intake
Refer back to calcium in the section on nutrients. High calcium intake can
interfere with the absorption of other minerals, increase incidence of
kidney stones and is usually related to excessive intake of milk. Too much
milk in young children can replace other essential foods in the diet.
Milk needs to be reduced to recommended levels for age. Increase water
intake and possibly decrease intake of other milk products such as yoghurt
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