Recent statistics estimate that only one-third (32%) of adults in the US receive enough calcium in their diets. Calcium is a mineral used for storing energy and maintaining bones, teeth, muscles etc., it’s also essential to heart function as well! If someone doesn’t get enough food sources with this crucial element their body will start taking deposits from our own skeleton which can lead us towards weakened joints over time – increasing risks for fractures or other injuries.You can get calcium from many different sources, including milk and dairy products or even dark leafy green vegetables such as spinach. Some other great choices are beans, peas and almonds in addition to certain fish that contain this mineral like salmon & sardines!