Milk

High in protein and low in carbs, one cup of 2 percent milk also contains 286 milligrams of calcium, and 366 milligrams of potassium. Whole milk is high in fat, and the USDA recommends choosing milk that is 2 percent or less. Going down in fat content improves the calcium absorption.
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( Handout / August 2, 2009 )

High in protein and low in carbs, one cup of 2 percent milk also contains 286 milligrams of calcium, and 366 milligrams of potassium. Whole milk is high in fat, and the USDA recommends choosing milk that is 2 percent or less. Going down in fat content improves the calcium absorption.

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