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Confused About Calcium Supplements?

Experts share their advice about what to consider when choosing a calcium supplement.

What would a good, calcium-rich diet look like? continued...

If you don't eat dairy products, good sources of calcium include tofu made with calcium sulfate (138 milligrams of calcium per half-cup serving); leafy dark green vegetables such as spinach, kale, or turnip greens; and calcium-fortified foods.

So do your best to get your calcium the tasty way. But if you can't, a simple, inexpensive calcium supplement can help keep your bones just as healthy.

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Reviewed on May 16, 2013

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