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7/5/13 2:03 A

Here is a list of a few foods that are high in calcium. Hope it helps.

Collards- 1 cup boiled and drained – 357 mg calcium
Rhubarb – 1 cup cooked with sugar – 348 mg calcium
Sardines – 3 oz / 85 grams – 325 mg calcium
Spinach – 1 cup boiled and drained – 291 mg calcium
Turnip Greens – 1 cup boiled and drained – 249 mg calcium
Blackeye peas – 1 cup cooked – 211 mg calcium
Kale – 1 cup boiled and drained – 179 mg calcium
Soybeans, 1 cup boiled – 175 mg calcium
Cabbage, chinese (pak-choi) – 1 cup boiled and drained – 158 mg calcium
Beans, baked, canned, with pork and tomato sauce – 1 cup – 142 mg calcium
Okra – 1 cup boiled and drained – 136 mg calcium
Shrimp – 3 oz / 85 grams canned – 123 mg calcium
Crab – 1 cup canned – 123 mg calcium

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7/3/13 3:30 P

I need to get more calcium into my system. So far it's 1 cup of milk, 100g of cottage cheese and brocolli that are my main sources. Any ideas for snacks that include it? I'd prefer home- made to proprietary snacks. I only drink black tea and coffee and water, the milk is on my morning cereal.

Thanks in advance everyone.

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