Milk isn't the only way for tweens and teens to get the calcium they need every day. Lots of calcium-rich foods are available to help them get the 1,300 mg of calcium they need every day.
Experts report that the best way to get calcium is by eating calcium-rich foods. But for people who have
lactose intolerance or who don’t eat dairy products, foods with calcium added are also an option.
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Calcium supplements are also an alternative way to get calcium for children and adults who don’t or can’t have milk or milk products.