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*  Becoming a Vegetarian
Calcium. Milk and yogurt are tops if you're eating dairy products - although vegetarians will want to look for yogurt that does ... We need vitamin D to get calcium into our bones. Your body manufactures vitamin D when your skin is exposed to sunlight. Cow's ... Teens need to be sure their diets include enough nutrients to fuel growth, particularly protein and calcium. If you're ... Tofu, fortified soy milk, calcium-fortified orange juice, green leafy vegetables, and dried figs are also excellent ways for ...
http://kidshealth.org/MainLine/en/teens/vegetarian.html
*  Minerals (for Kids) - KidsHealth
Calcium. Calcium is the top macromineral when it comes to your bones. This mineral helps build strong bones, so you can do ... calcium-fortified foods - from orange juice to cereals and crackers. Iron. The body needs iron to transport oxygen from your ... For instance, too little calcium - especially when you're a kid - can lead to weaker bones. Some kids may take mineral ... calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, potassium, chloride, and sulfur. ...
https://kidshealth.org/en/kids/minerals.html?WT.ac=p-ra
*  Staying Healthy During Pregnancy (for Parents) - KidsHealth
Because your growing baby's calcium demands are high, you should increase your calcium consumption to prevent a loss of calcium ... Calcium. Most women 19 and older - including those who are pregnant - don't often get the daily 1,000 mg of calcium that's ... calcium-fortified products, including orange juice, soy milk, and cereals. *dark green vegetables including spinach, kale, and ... But you will need more of the essential nutrients (especially calcium, iron, and folic acid) than you did before you became ...
https://kidshealth.org/en/parents/preg-health.html
*  Minerals
Calcium. Calcium is the top macromineral when it comes to your bones. This mineral helps build strong bones, so you can do ... For instance, too little calcium - especially when you're a kid - can lead to weaker bones. Some kids may take mineral ... The macromineral group is made up of calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, potassium, chloride, and sulfur. ...
http://kidshealth.org/WillisKnighton/en/kids/minerals.html
*  Figuring Out Food Labels (for Kids) - KidsHealth
Calcium and Iron. These list the percentages of calcium and iron, two important minerals, that are in a serving of the food. ... Food also contains vitamins, such as A and C, and minerals, such as calcium and iron. Nutrition specialists know how much of ... Similarly, the person would see that the crackers provide nothing toward the daily goals for vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, or ... Likewise, kids may need more or less of certain food components and nutrients, such as calcium and iron. ...
https://kidshealth.org/en/kids/labels.html?WT.ac=p-ra
*  Eating for Sports
Calcium and Iron. Calcium and iron are two important nutrients for kids - especially athletes. Calcium builds strong bones, ... You'll find calcium in dairy products, like milk, yogurt, and cheese. Other good sources include dark, green leafy vegetables ... vitamins (as found in fruits and vegetables, for instance) and minerals like calcium (found in dairy products) ... and calcium-fortified products, like orange juice.. It's important to include iron-rich foods in your diet, such as meat, dried ...
https://kidshealth.org/en/kids/sports.html?view=ptr&WT.ac=k-ptr
*  What's a Vegetarian?
Calcium and Vitamin D. Calcium helps your body build strong teeth and bones. Dairy products (like milk, cheese, and yogurt) ... Vitamin D helps calcium get into your bones. Some foods, including calcium-fortified foods, contain vitamin D. But your body ... contain calcium. Vegetarians who don't eat dairy products can get calcium from leafy green vegetables, but this may not be ... If dairy is not a part of your diet, look for calcium-fortified products, like orange juice, soy milk, and some breads and ...
http://kidshealth.org/en/kids/vegetarian.html?WT.ac=ctg
*  Eating During Pregnancy
Calcium is another important nutrient. Because your growing baby's calcium demands are high, you should increase your calcium ... For example, calcium helps make and keep bones and teeth strong. While you're pregnant, you still need calcium for your body, ... Calcium. strong bones and teeth, muscle contraction, nerve function. milk, cheese, yogurt, sardines or salmon with bones, ... Your best food sources of calcium are milk and other dairy products. However, if you have lactose intolerance or dislike milk ...
http://kidshealth.org/Advocate/en/parents/eating-pregnancy.html
*  Cystic Fibrosis: Diet and Nutrition
Calcium. People with CF are especially at risk for osteoporosis, a condition where the bones become weakened. Dairy products ... are good sources of calcium - and full-fat dairy products like whole milk are good sources of fat and calories as well. Many ...
http://kidshealth.org/PrimaryChildrens/en/teens/cf-diet.html
*  Vegetarianism
calcium: dairy products, dark green leafy vegetables, broccoli, dried beans, and calcium-fortified products, including orange ... A more strict vegetarian diet may fail to meet a teen's need for certain nutrients, such as iron, zinc, calcium, and vitamins D ...
https://kidshealth.org/en/parents/vegetarianism.html?WT.ac=ctg
*  Milkshake
This creamy milkshake provides a significant amount of calories and is packed with calcium to help make bones strong. ...
http://kidshealth.org/KidsHealthDemo/en/parents/cf-milkshake.html
*  Cheesy Mashed Potatoes
This mashed potatoes recipe is delicious! It's also packed with plenty of calcium to maximize bone density. ...
http://kidshealth.org/VidantMedicalCenter/en/teens/cf-cheesy-mashed-potatoes.html
*  Macaroni and Cheese
305mg calcium. Serves: 3. Serving size: 1 cup. Note: Nutritional analysis may vary depending on ingredient brands used. ...
http://kidshealth.org/VidantMedicalCenter/en/parents/cf-mac-cheese.html
*  Milkshake
It's also packed with calcium to help make your bones strong.. Prep time: 10 minutes ...
http://kidshealth.org/KidsHealthDemo/en/teens/cf-milkshake.html
*  Kidney Stones
Calcium stones: The most common kind of kidney stone, these develop when calcium in the urine combines with other substances to ... Uric acid can crystallize by itself or combine with calcium to form a stone. ... such as calcium, oxalate, phosphate, citrate, cystine, and uric acid - that in large amounts can crystallize and form kidney ... can increase the risk of calcium stones. Obesity also can make kids more likely to get them. ...
http://kidshealth.org/en/parents/kidney-stones.html
*  Bacon Cheeseburger
491mg calcium. Serves: 1. Serving size: 1 hamburger. Note: Nutritional analysis may vary depending on the ingredient brands ...
http://kidshealth.org/ChildrensHealthNetwork/en/teens/cf-bacon-cheeseburger.html
*  Mealtime Makeover: Grilled Cheese
704mg calcium. *5.4mg iron. *120mcg folic acid. Traditional Recipe:. *380 calories ...
http://kidshealth.org/Advocate/en/parents/m-grilled-cheese.html
*  Kidney Stones
Calcium stones. The most common kind of kidney stone, these develop when calcium in the urine combines with other substances ... If the body has trouble breaking down and using food, it can lead to concentrated levels of calcium, oxalate, or cystine in the ... Drinking sugary, caffeinated, or sports drinks and eating a diet high in sodium (salt) can increase the risk of calcium stones ... Urine contains things like calcium, phosphate, oxalate, and uric acid. Usually, these substances are very diluted so they flow ...
http://kidshealth.org/RadyChildrens/en/teens/kidney-stones.html
*  Southern-Style Beef Pie
370mg calcium. Serves: 6. Serving size: 1 1/4 cups. Note: Nutritional analysis may vary depending on ingredient brands used. ...
http://kidshealth.org/MainLine/en/teens/cf-southern-style-beef-pie.html
*  Mealtime Makeover: Grilled Cheese (for Parents)
704mg calcium. *5.4mg iron. *120mcg folic acid. Traditional Recipe:. *380 calories ...
https://kidshealth.org/en/parents/m-grilled-cheese.html?WT.ac=ctg