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O Weight loss (fat and muscle)
O Bruises easily
O Bone fractures
O Dry, scaly skin rashes
O Slow growth and weight gain Treatment of Malabsorption
O See pediatrician to determine the cause Lactose Intolerance/Milk
allergy/Ovo-Vegetarians O Sources of calcium O Low-lactose/lactose-free dairy products
O Dark green leafy vegetables
O Calcium-fortified products
O Orange juice
O Cereal Serving Size Food or Beverage Calcium 8 ounces (237 milliliters) Milk 300 milligrams 8 ounces (237 milliliters) Calcium-fortified orange juice 300 milligrams 2 ounces (57 grams) American cheese 300 milligrams 1½ ounces (43 grams) Cheddar cheese 300 milligrams 4 ounces (113 grams) Tofu fortified with calcium 260 milligrams 6 ounces (177 milliliters) Yogurt 225 milligrams ½ cup (118 milliliters) Collard greens
(cooked from frozen) 178 milligrams 4 ounces (113 grams) Ice cream, soft serve 120 milligrams ½ cup (118 milliliters) White beans 110 milligrams 1 ounce (28 grams) Almonds 80 milligrams ½ cup (118 milliliters) Bok choy 80 milligrams ½ cup (118 milliliters) Rhubarb, cooked 75 milligrams 4 ounces (113 grams) Cottage cheese 70 milligrams ½ cup (118 milliliters) Red beans 40 milligrams ½ cup (118 milliliters) Broccoli, cooked 35 milligrams Picky Eaters
O Get Creative!
O Put cheddar cheese in an omelet
O Grilled cheese sandwiches and use cookie cutters to make fun shapes
O Melt cheese over vegetables
O Add strawberry/chocolate syrup to milk
O Food coloring
O Let the kids help...
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This document was uploaded on 02/25/2014 for the course FSHN 459 at Colorado State.
- Fall '12