Golden Ruler's of Penmai
- Sep 3, 2012
Milk, especially skim, and other dairy products are top sources, as are calcium-fortified foods and canned fish.
- Food that is rich in calcium ought to be consumed. This includes dairy food (milk, yogurt, cottage type cheese, cream soups, pudding, cheese, frozen treats and frozen yogurt).
- Particular foods such as juices, cereals and breads are in times prepared with calcium. Likewise incorporate a variety of food sources in meals and snacks to be able to acquire ample quantity of calcium along with a wide range of nutrients and vitamins.
- Calcium rich foods also include vegetables such as spinach and broccoli, seafood, dried peas, and beans.
- Good quality sources /Non Dairy Products of calcium include tofu, black eyed peas, soy milk, baked beans, collard greens and oranges. These may act as substitutes for those dairy products which are considered to be great causes of calcium.
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[TD] Non-Dairy Sources of Calcium
[TD]Calcium-enriched fruit juice
Dried peas and beans
Tofu (calcium enriched)
Greens (kale, collard, mustard, turnip)
Canned salmon with soft bones
[TD]1 cup (8 oz.)
4 1/2 oz.
2 1/2 oz.
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