New RDA for Calcium

The new IOM’s Report on the Dietary Reference Intakes for calcium were also part of the same report on vitamin D. IOM’s experts did not alter their previous RDA and UL guidelines for calcium intake. The Food and Nutrition Board focused primarily on bone health in establishing the calcium RDAs and ULs. The IOM’s expert panel did note that except for teenage girls who mostly get too little cal...

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