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27Sep

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FOODS HIGH IN CALCIUM:

– Green Leafy vegetables such as Broccoli, Cabbage, Okra.

– Soya Beans.

– Tofu.

– Nuts.

– Fish (esp with small bones you can eat).

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WAYS TO SUPPORT CALCIUM ABSORPTION:

* Include these nutrients in your diet – Vit C, D, E, K, Magnesium, & Boron.

* Get regular exercise, especially low impact.

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Following a combination of the above, will not only support better absorption of Calcium but will also help you to build more bone density.

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Helen Barnshaw

Naturopathic NutritionistEmpowering men & women to heal from stress & disease through tailored whole foods & lifestyle changes1-2-1 consultations

2 Responses to Non-Dairy Ways to Get Calcium & Improve its Absorption

  1. Nicely informative, thank you Helen

  2. Carole Sarvis

    I have a multitude of health problems. One symptom was very painful cramps in legs and body. I take 1000mg of magnesium chelate every night and I have not had cramp since which is over 3 years. BTW no complaints from all my medicos.

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