Study Compares Calcium in Milk to Fortified Orange Juice and Soy Milk


For those who don’t eat dairy products, calcium-fortified drinks can be a substitute. But research shows consumers may not be getting as much calcium in orange juice or soy and rice products as the label indicates. Shamane Mills reports…

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