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BayernBlues
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Apr2-07, 05:02 PM
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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Iím doing a project on osteoporosis and part of it involves bringing in a sample recipe which would be a part of a diet attempting to prevent or cure osteoporosis. The recipe must be rich in something such as calcium because osteoporosis weakens bones which need calcium. Calcium, a mineral, is found in things such as milk.
What food could I bring in to the class for 30 students to eat which contains calcium? I was thinking of something such as kraft macaroni and cheese but that would be hard to serve to a group of students. Anyone have any ideas?


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3. The attempt at a solution

The food should probably contain milk (even if it is in dry form) because milk contains calcium.
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