Calcium – sources and quality

GOTMILK? GOT BONE DISEASE!

Find your favorite snacks on the following list and substitute them for pus-filled, antibiotic laden, allergenic and hormonal MILK.

Calcium content of foods (per 100-gram portion)
(100 grams equals around 3.5 ounces)

  1. Human Breast Milk

  2. Almonds
  3. Amaranth
  4. Apricots (dried)
  5. Artichokes



  6. Beans (can: pinto, black)
  7. Beet greens (cooked)
  8. Blackeye peas
  9. Bran
  10. Broccoli (raw)



  11. Brussel Sprouts
  12. Buckwheat
  13. Cabbage (raw)
  14. Carrot (raw)
  15. Cashew nuts



  16. Cauliflower (cooked)
  17. Swiss Chard (raw)
  18. Chickpeas (garbanzos)
  19. Collards (raw leaves)
  20. Cress (raw)



  21. Dandelion greens
  22. Endive
  23. Escarole
  24. Figs (dried)
  25. Filberts (Hazelnuts)



  26. Kale (raw leaves)
  27. Kale (cooked leaves)
  28. Leeks
  29. Lettuce (lt. green)
  30. Lettuce (dark green)



  31. Molasses (dark-213 cal.)
  32. Mustard Green (raw)
  33. Mustard Green (cooked)
  34. Okra (raw or cooked)
  35. Olives



  36. Orange (Florida)
  37. Parsley
  38. Peanuts (roasted & salted)
  39. Peas (boiled)
  40. Pistachio nuts



  41. Potato Chips
  42. Raisins
  43. Rhubarb (cooked)
  44. Sauerkraut
  45. Sesame Seeds



  46. Squash (Butternut
  47. Soybeans
  48. Sugar (Brown)
  49. Tofu
  50. Spinach (raw)



  51. Sunflower seeds
  52. Sweet Potatoes (baked)
  53. Turnips (cooked)
  54. Turnip Greens (raw)
  55. Turnip Greens (boiled)
  56. Water Cress

    33(lowest!)

    234 mg
    267 mg
    67 mg
    51 mg



    135 mg
    99 mg
    55 mg
    70 mg
    48 mg



    36 mg
    114 mg
    49 mg
    37 mg
    38 mg



    42 mg
    88 mg
    150 mg
    250 mg
    81 mg



    187 mg
    81 mg
    81 mg
    126 mg
    209 mg



    249 mg
    187 mg
    52 mg
    35 mg
    68 mg



    684 mg
    183 mg
    138 mg
    92 mg
    61 mg



    43 mg
    203 mg
    74 mg
    56 mg
    131 mg



    40 mg
    62 mg
    78 mg
    36 mg
    1160 mg



    40 mg
    60 mg
    85 mg
    128 mg
    93 mg



    120 mg
    40 mg
    35 mg
    246 mg
    184 mg
    151 mg



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For much more on the subject of calcium visit http://www.notmilk.com/calcium


Robert Cohen
Executive Director
Dairy Education Board
http://www.notmilk.com

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