Soy Milk: Calcium-fortified soy milk has 368 mg of calcium per cup.
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Great. Thanks for the information.
Thanks for sharing!
Thanks, vegan would quite possibly avoid fish though. Perhaps I did not get the connection..
Thanks for sharing
Woops.... *eat regularly, include...
I eat three on this list, but don't have trouble getting enough calcium in my diet. The organic almond and coconut milks I drink are also higher in calcium than cow's milk. Other vegan sources of calcium that I eat include regularly green leafy vegetables, raw fennel, amaranth, beans (navy, white, great northern, etc.), oranges, apricots, black berries, dates, chickpeas, sesame seeds, tahini, nuts (almonds, peanuts, brazil nuts, walnuts) and nut butters, chia seeds, flax seeds, dill, basil, etc.
Spices that are a good source of calcium include: celery seeds, dill (seeds & weed), poppy seeds, fennel, cumin, coriander, caraway, anise, yellow mustard, peppermint, spearmint, fenugreek, basil and parsley. I regularly use these spices in my cooking, boosting my intake of calcium and other minerals.
Wish it wasn't strung out over 10 pages.
What about ants?
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Great article! Thank you to all involved.
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