Here Are Some Dairy-free Sources of Calcium, You Need To Know

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Are you allergic to dairy products? Do you end up with bloating, itching, loose motions, fever or cough and cold when you consume dairy products? Then you should read this article. In this article we shall talk about certain dairy-free sources of calcium that you can consume on a daily basis.

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In case your diet does not include milk products, calcium may be acquired from some other sources like plant-based foods, but the quantity of calcium that the body can absorb from all of these foods varies.

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1. Almonds:

Here are some foods that are rich in calcium, but are diary-free. Nuts like almonds are rich in calcium. You can either munch on a handful of them or prepare almond milk from the nuts. If you do not like or are allergic to milk that is a dairy product, you can drink almond milk to get your daily dose of calcium.

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2. Fishes:

Are you fond of fish? Then there is good news for you. Eat fish like salmon, sardines, mackerels, on a daily basis to get your daily dose of calcium. These have been found to be rich in calcium.

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3. Sesame Seeds:

Sesame seeds and chia seeds are a rich source of calcium. Add these to smoothies or your salads and have them on a regular basis to develop strong bones and teeth.

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4. Spinach:

Spinach and kale are green leafy vegetables that are not only rich in calcium, but are a great source of iron as well. Add them to smoothies or salads or make curries with them and have them on a regular basis.

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5. Orange:

Orange is one fruit that is rich in vitamin C. But do you know that it is also rich in calcium? However, make sure to go for fresh orange juice and not the packaged ones as these are full of sugar.

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6. Soy Products:

Last, but not the least, soy products like tofu and soy milk are also rich in calcium. Make sure to include these in your daily diet.

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Story first published: Friday, January 27, 2017, 22:00 [IST]
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