Here’s What You’re Missing When You Say, “You Need Milk to Get Calcium”
In short? Plants have calcium.
1. Navy Beans
This versatile bean is perfect for baked beans or in chili,
bean dip, or a salad.
One naval orange contains 60 mg of calcium and fortified orange juice can contain up to 300 mg of calcium per cup!
General Mills varieties contain the most calcium, ranging from 200 to 2,000 mg per serving.
Dark leafy greens are packed with calcium.
5. Almond Milk
Just one cup of fortified almond milk has 450 mg of calcium and you can use almond milk any way you would use cow’s milk: over cereal, with cookies, or by the glassful!
Tofu is a great source of calcium that can do just about everything.
These delicious dried fruits are high in fiber and iron and
10 of them contain 140
mg of calcium.
The dairy industry spends millions of marketing dollars to convince us that we need to consume cow’s milk for calcium and strong bones.
But the truth is that each glass of cow’s milk is not only unhealthy
but also comes with unbelievable animal suffering.
So ditch the dairy and include these calcium-rich plant-based foods in your diet!