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 Monday, July 23rd, 2018

April 10, 2010


Options to add calcium to your diet.

Getting enough calcium can be a especially hard if you’re allergic to milk. These nondairy foods can be good choices for those with milk allergies who need calcium:

• Salmon
• Tofu
• Spinach
• White Beans
• Baked Beans
• Broccoli
• Peas
• Sesame Seeds
• Bok Choy
• Almonds

In addition to the number of calcium rich foods that are naturally found, like milk and cheese, there are also a lot of foods that are now fortified with calcium. Look for new products arriving on supermarket shelves daily.

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