Calcium

Taylor Thompson

Calcium is the most essenntial nutrient.

Functions

- build bones.

- It stabilizes blood pressure.

  • - It contributes to normal brain function.

  • - It’s critical for communicating essential information among cells.

  • www.dummies.com

  • Author - Alan L. Rubin

  • Publisher and year - Trademark by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2015.

  • Examples of Calcium.

    low fat milk or yogurt

    broccoli

    green bean snaps

    almonds

    canned fish (sardines)

    www.healthaliciousness.com

    Why I think Calcium Is the most essential nutrient?

    1. Your body can't manufacture it on its own.

    2. Important for nerve conductivity, muscle contraction, and cell division.

    3. Formation and maintenance of bones and teeth.

    4. The cells in your body require calcium to properly transmit nerve impulses.

    www.dummies.com

    Author - Christopher Hobbs and Eslon Haas

    Publisher and year - Trademark by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2015.