Harvard Women's Health Watch

Best nondairy sources of calcium

Dairy foods—milk, yogurt, and cheese—are not the only foods that contain calcium. Other foods—including leafy green vegetables and fish—can supplement calcium intake, or supplant it for people who are vegan, lactose-intolerant, or just not fond of milk and yogurt.
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