Calcium Content in Rice, Soy Milk Questioned

A new study has questioned the true calcium content available in soy and rice drinks. And not because they don't contain calcium... The problem arises in how these products are fomulated. Because calcium is added to rice and soy drinks, it can settle at the bottom of a carton, meaning consumers can lose as much as 85 percent of the intended calcium content. This settling can be less of a problem with refrigerated drinks than non-refrigerated products. Typically, calcium is added to...

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