4. Add calcium for strong bones
Calcium is the key ingredient in building bones. In the body, calcium accounts for a quarter of the amount of minerals, up to 98% of the amount of calcium located in bones and teeth. Therefore, calcium is essential for the formation of a strong and well-developed skeletal system. Therefore, if the body lacks calcium, it will lead to osteoporosis, making bones weak and very easy to break.
Therefore, it is necessary to have a reasonable and most effective diet to fully supplement the amount of calcium needed by the body. The safest and best method of calcium supplementation is through the diet. Elderly people should add calcium-rich foods to their diet such as: seafood (shrimp, crab, fish,...); dark vegetables (cauliflower, amaranth, pumpkin, ...); sour fruits (oranges, lemons, strawberries, etc.). Besides, eggs and lean meats such as beef, pork, etc. should not be ignored, because they also contain a significant amount of calcium.
Besides, if you want to increase the amount of calcium the elderly can not forget that is milk. On average, 100ml of milk contains up to 100mg of calcium, thus creating a habit of drinking milk daily to be able to replenish the necessary amount of calcium for the body.