Osteoporosis

Updated 14 February 2013

Which foods have calcium?

Good sources of calcium include cheese, milk, yoghurt, spinach, whitebait and sardines, canned salmon and pilchards (eaten with bones), almonds and tofu.

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Good sources of calcium include cheese, milk, yoghurt, spinach, whitebait and sardines, canned salmon and pilchards (eaten with bones), almonds and tofu.

Note that fat-free and low-fat dairy products contain just as much calcium as full-cream varieties. The bonus is just that you don't get the added saturated fat.

 

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