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Bones contain 99.5% of calcium in the body, and are the hardest part of the human body. This explains why the human body needs approximately 1,000 to 1,200 mg of calcium per day to form healthy bones. In the daily diet, calcium intake is prone to be insufficient, especially for children in the process of development. Parents should pay attention to this. Once the mineral and calcium are lost, it will affect the child's bone and tooth development.
And as the elderly grow older, nutrients in the bones such as collagen will gradually be lost. If no nutrition is supplemented in time, it may cause osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis and other diseases. Therefore, it is very important to properly take calcium tablets, mineral supplements, and vitamin supplements suitable for bone health. Besides supplementing calcium, you may also pay attention to take in glucosamine. Glucosamine exists in the body and it can protect cartilage and relieve joint pressure. To protect bone health, you should use appropriate protective measures during exercise, avoiding strenuous exercise, and using auxiliary tools to reduce the load on bones and joints when moving heavy objects too.