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If I don't like milk, what are some other good calcium sources?

May 28, 2014

If you don't like milk, another great source of calcium are dark leafy green vegetables like spinach, kale and collard greens. You can add them to recipes like smoothies made with almond milk or meals like lasagna to get an extra boost of calcium and numerous other vitamins and minerals. -Sara

Calcium can be found in many fruits and vegetables. If you don't like milk but do like other forms of dairy, yogurt and cheese can also provide calcium. If you are vegetarian or vegan, or if you just want to add something different to your diet, tofu is high in calcium as well. –Kristen

If you don't like milk, but do enjoy other dairy products yogurt and cheese are good sources of calcium, just be sure to watch the fat content. Another option is to go with leafy greens. Try using spinach or kale as your salad base instead of iceburg lettuce.-Keith


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