Controlled High Meat Diets Do Not Affect Calcium Retention or Indices of Bone Status in Healthy Postmenopausal Women

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URL: https://academic.oup.com/jn/article/133/4/1020/4688165

Journal: Journal of Nutrition

Publication Date: 04/2003

Summary: Calcium retention was measured in postmenopausal women on both a high meat and low meat diet. There was no significant difference in calcium retention between diets

Key Takeaways

High meat diets do not lead to excess accumulation of calcium.

High Meat Diets Will Increase Calcium Absorption But Won't Cause Excess Accumulation

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