Calcium rich foods

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One of the primary symptoms of Adult Still’s disease is unusual pain and inflammation in the joints and bones. Osteoporosis and arthritis are often seen in patients suffering from Adult Still’s disease, so it is important to boost your intake of essential minerals for bone density. Calcium is the most fundamental element that we need for bone health, and it isn’t that hard to find. Some calcium-rich foods that you likely encounter every day include milk, cheese, yogurt, spinach, kale, and soybeans. If you can strengthen the bones and prevent the loss of bone density, the symptoms of Adult Still’s disease will be much easier to handle. Protection Status
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