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Calcium requirement and its intake of the elderly in Japan: an attempt to improve its intake



Calcium requirement and its intake of the elderly in Japan: an attempt to improve its intake



Journal of Nutritional Science and Vitaminology 31(Suppl.): S7-10



The diet of 27 men and 31 women from the city of Nagano, Japan, all of whom were 60 years old or more and were healthy, was studied before and after one year of nutrition education. Before education mean calcium intake was 113 +or- 49 and 101 +or- 34% of the recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for men and women, respectively, and after education it was 125 +or- 54 and 114 +or- 27%.

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