If you eat lots of green, leafy vegetables and whole grains, you can likely meet your magnesium needs through your diet, even if you still need to take calcium and/or vitamin D supplements. Talk to your doctor about whether you need supplements of any of these nutrients and, if so, what would be the best supplement for you to take.
- Q Can calcium supplements increase my risk of heart attack?
- Q What does calcium do for my body?
- Q What dosage of calcium supplement is typically used for children?
- Q Do the recommendations for calcium change after menopause?
- Q Should I take calcium supplements to improve my bone health?
- Q What are some good non-dairy sources of calcium?