As a student, it’s so easy to forget to eat properly. But for optimum health, it’s so important. What’s good to look at (even at a relatively young age) is your family history. If you have a mother and grandmother for example who suffered from osteoporosis then you want to keep your calcium levels elevated. Even if you have no symptoms of brittle bones or problem teeth, chances are, as you age, you will. So in this case, you can enrich your diet with calcium in a relatively easy way. Good sources of the mineral include: dairy produce, tahini, sesame seeds, spinach, broccoli. No matter what your taste buds enjoy, there are dozens of recipes on the Internet these days that will tempt them somehow. Taking a calcium supplement isn’t a bad idea either, but do not think it is in place of the calcium-enriched diet. Take notes from a proper physician on what the best supplement would be. You can even do an early detection test for osteoporosis if it is in your family, but the best thing to do is take preventive measures, like adding it to your diet earlier rather than later.