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Calcium plays a major role in our bodies. Sufficient calcium present in our body helps in strengthening bones and teeth. Click on the following HealthMeUp.com links to know stories about calcium rich foods, what is calcium, calcium supplement, sources of calcium, benefits of calcium, calcium in milk and calcium deficiency.

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healthmeup - 04/08/2014 12:30:00

Beauty Benefits of Spirulina

Beauty Benefits of Spirulina Spirulina is a “superfood” which is packed with nutrients. Spirulina also contains vitamin A, vitamin B-12, vitamin E, calcium, iron and phosphorus, which are important for a healthy, glowing complexion. So, consuming spirulina supplements on a regular basis will give you toned and young... Continue Reading »

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iDiva - 03/13/2014 11:31:15

Why Calcium is Good for Your Bones

Why Calcium is Good for Your Bones Many prople know that adequate calcium intake is important to health. However, national nutrition surveys show that less than 50 per cent of adults aged 20 and older are consuming the calcium they need to maintain bone heaith and minimise bone loss that occurs with ageing. Unfortunately, many do... Continue Reading »

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iDiva - 02/26/2014 16:07:40

Go Nuts with Almonds!

Go Nuts with Almonds! Almond, known as the king of nuts, is a highly nutritious food. It is rich in almost all the nutrients needed by the body. It is a good source of dietary fibre, heart­-healthy monounsaturated fat, high­ quality protein, vitamin E and magnesium and other minerals like potassium, calcium,... Continue Reading »

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iDiva - 01/30/2014 12:26:28

How to Make Aloo Paneer Chaat [Video]

How to Make Aloo Paneer Chaat [Video] Do you have those impromptu evening get-togethers that demand some fun-filled conversations and chatpata chaats? Here’s a recipe of aloo paneer chaat that combines baby potatoes with calcium-rich paneer, along with a tinge of lemon and a pinch of chaat masala for a fun-filled, tangy evening... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 01/23/2014 13:30:00

Raw Papaya Chutney Recipe

Raw Papaya Chutney Recipe Papaya is rich in vitamin A, calcium, potassium, folic acid, vitamin B-6, vitamin B-1 and riboflavin. So if you want to stay healthy and boost your immunity, try this raw papaya chutney recipe, recommended by Neelanjana Singh. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 01/21/2014 12:30:00

Health Benefits of Rajgira/Amaranth

Rajgira/Amaranth Amaranth or Rajgira is the seed of a leafy green vegetable, which is now being touted as a superfood by health experts. What most of us don’t know, is that Rajgira has been around for centuries and is commonly used in traditional Indian cooking. It is also used to make pastas, breads, porridges,... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 01/10/2014 13:30:00

Healthy Oat Recipes: Oats Lemon Rice

Healthy Oat Recipes: Oats Lemon Rice Lemon rice is a famous south Indian delicacy, but we give it a healthy twist by adding a generous helping of oats to it. Oats contains several important nutrients in it that help keep our immune systems strong such as zinc, selenium, calcium, B vitamins, vitamin E, iron, copper, magnesium, and... Continue Reading »

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iDiva - 12/31/2013 12:07:01

How to Make Bean and Capsicum Salad [Video]

How to Make Bean and Capsicum Salad [Video] Salads are usually considered an accompaniment along with heavy five-course meals. But, there's nothing like a wholesome salad that can also suffice for a meal. Many health freaks and fitness enthusiasts have begun to replace oily, ghee-laden meals with a healthy low-cal salad. Here’s a recipe of... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 12/18/2013 07:00:00

Calcium, Vitamin D and Phytoestrogens Rich Foods for Women

Calcium, Vitamin D and Phytoestrogens Rich Foods for Women Nowadays, we hear more and more about women who have been afflicted with “Osteoporosis”. It mostly affects postmenopausal women and could be attributed to negligence in care taken during their younger years. Osteoporosis is a condition wherein the bones become brittle and weak due to low... Continue Reading »

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