Non-Milk Calcium-Rich Foods

Milk is an excellent source of calcium. “A one-cup serving of milk has about 300 mg of calcium“, and your “recommended daily intake of calcium for an adult between the ages of 19 and 50 is 1,000 mg a day.” But milk isn’t the only place to find calcium. Here are some other calcium-rich foods and the amount of calcium per serving:

  • Kale: 90 mg
  • Oranges: 60 mg
  • Sardines: 325 mg
  • Soy Milk: 300 mg
  • Oatmeal: 105 mg
  • Sesame Seeds: 280 mg
  • Swiss Cheese: 270 mg
  • Soybeans: 261 mg
  • Almonds: 80 mg
  • Salmon: 181 mg
  • White Beans: 100 mg
  • Yogurt: 415 mg
  • Dried Figs: 55 mg
  • Turnip Greens: 200 mg
  • Arugula: 125 mg
  • Broccoli: 180 mg
  • Tofu: 250 mg
  • Sunflower Seeds: 50 mg

 

source: Surprisingly Calcium-Rich Foods That Aren’t Milk | The Huffington Post
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