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11 Dairy-Free Calcium Sources
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Thanks for the information. I needed this because I am usually falling short in calcium.
great info thanks
Great information because I am lactose intolerant!
Thank you so much for this great info!
I love dairy foods, so I do not care whether the vitamins come from non-dairy sources. But I can see it would be helpful for those to whom it matters.
This is very helpful to me, as dairy isn't an option for me. Terrific!
This is a helpful article. I'm thankful for the variety listed in this article and glad to be able to make choices.
2 of the foods listed are very unhealthy, tofu and soy products have a lot of arsenic in them including what is called organic tofu. Soy milk can have up to 7 times the amount of arsenic allowed as the maximum in tap water. Rice is also full of toxins and is advised not to eat. The darker & wild rice are the most toxic. This of course includes rice products like rice krispies and rice cakes. People allergic to dairy are advised to not use these as a substitute, almond milk is healthier, also coconut milk is not as bad as people think as 2 years a go the government got rid of the cholesterol limits as it found out it did not cause heart disease. Sugar & trans. fat does. I will stick to almond milk and some vegetables have calcium in them. Check "nutritiondata.self.com" for all lists of all vitamins & minerals in all foods if you need more of a certain nutrient.
I was looking for some alternatives to up my calcium intake other than milk. Great article!
Oranges and almonds— yum!
Great information that I was looking for! Thanks!
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