- Yogurt. Milk. Sardines.
- Dark leafy greens like spinach, kale, turnips, and collard greens.
- Fortified cereals such as Total, Raisin Bran, Corn Flakes (They have a lot of calcium in one serving.)
- Fortified orange juice.
Eating more calcium-rich foods is crucial for your bone health. Eggs, a good source of calcium, can help strengthen your bones. They also prevent the risk of getting fractures, rickets, and major orthopaedic issues like osteoporosis, among others.
There are also different many fruits that has got calcium in like apricots , kiwis , oranges , berries and pineapples and much more. All these can be mixed with yoghurt as well to be even more yummy.
Drinks that are high in calcium are soya drinks and these –
- Fortified milk-alternatives like almond or milk.
- Calcium-fortified orange juice – check the label to ensure it the fortification includes calcium (and be careful how much you drink as it is acidic and can eat away at enamel) Potatoes are a good source of calcium to but also they have magnesium and folate. Which one potato has 265 calories in. Food like sardines and fish products has calcium in a lot and is good for the body most meats has calcium in to make you feel good in movement.