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POSTED: Friday, April 17, 2009

During pregnancy, the developing fetus requires about 30,000 milligrams of calcium for its skeleton. Much of this calcium is drawn from the mother's bones. Consuming adequate amounts of high-calcium foods before and during pregnancy can help to maintain bone quality.

To learn more on this topic
» www.manoa.hawaii.edu/gotnutrients