National Nutrition Month® 2015 Q&A! Answer # 4 Revealed

Welcome back to National Nutrition Month® 2015 Q&A! Check to see if you got the correct answer to yesterday’s question.
True or False: Cottage cheese isn’t a particularly good source of calcium.
True – A ½-cup portion of cottage cheese contains only about 65 mg of calcium, while an 8 ounce cup of milk or yogurt contains nearly five times that amount, and an ounce of cheddar cheese (about the size of the length and width of your thumb) about three times that amount.
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