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If I drink a lot of soda, do I need to take extra calcium?

By DrLaPuma 10 years agoNo Comments
Home  /  Arthritis  /  If I drink a lot of soda, do I need to take extra calcium?
Dr John La Puma

Yes.  The phosphorous in the soda sucks the calcium out of your skeleton—about 30 milligrams of phosphoric acid in each 12 ounce can means that you need that much more calcium to make up for it. 

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