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CMCOLE Posts: 2,667
2/12/13 6:52 A

lots of great suggestions.
wish I had known more when I was pregnant with my second, especially.
I couldn't drink milk - made me ill.
Found out later it was because he was allergic, but that's a different story.

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2/12/13 5:02 A

PATRICIAANN74 Posts: 78
2/11/13 4:56 P

Thank you!

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2/11/13 2:15 P

Oranges are a good source as well.

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This link will help you.

DIDS70 Posts: 5,368
2/11/13 2:06 P

Greens actually have more calcium than you think. Try broccoli. Also the nut milks in the store are fortified with calcium. I love almond milk. You can also google calcium
Salmon has 181mg of calcium per 3 oz. sardine also have calcium
Collard Greens have 178 mg in 1/2 cup, broccoli and kale
peanuts, white beans, black beans, and peas have calcium
sesame seeds and almonds also have calcium.

PATRICIAANN74 Posts: 78
2/11/13 1:53 P

I am nowhere close to getting the recommended amount of calcium. I cannot do dairy. Any suggestions?

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