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In this hustle-bustle world we GRS Ultra live in, the first thought at the beginning of the day shouldn't be about skipping breakfast to have more time. Rather, it should be about making more time to have a healthy breakfast. The consequences of not eating a healthy breakfast can leave a permanent health disorder and may even land us in the hospital instead of our place of work. Calcium is naturally found in animals and plants. Plants receive it from the soil and use it for carrying out various functions from water transportation to many other activities. In animals and human beings, calcium is naturally found in bones and teeth. Our blood receives this mineral from the food we eat and use it for many important functions.

Limestone: Limestone is the most widely-used natural source of calcium. It is used in making fertilizers for soil and also in making calcium supplements for calcium deficient people. Limestone is simply calcium carbonate which is known for its ability to reduce acidity in the stomach. Because of this reason, calcium carbonate obtained from limestone, marble, and chalk is used in making good-quality, effective calcium tablets. Milk: In animal sources, milk is the most abundant natural source of calcium. 1 cup of pure milk provides up to 400 mg of calcium. Dairy products including low-fat products like cheese, yoghurt and cream are rich sources of calcium. These are not naturally occurring substances, but are truly beneficial for health because of the milk content they contain.

Vegetarian Diet: Vegetables, beans and nuts are another natural source of calcium. Kale, broccoli, spinach, cabbage, mustard greens, turnip greens and dandelion greens are all good sources of calcium and provide up to 400 mg of calcium in 1-3 servings. You may also want to add sea vegetables to your diet if you are a vegetarian to obtain adequate amounts of calcium on a daily basis. Coral Calcium: Coral calcium which is essentially calcium carbonate is another natural source of calcium. Coral calcium is obtained from fossilized coral reefs and is used in making high-quality calcium supplements. It has a higher absorption rate than normal calcium carbonate and consequently provides more elementary calcium (up to 40%).