Milk, non-dairy calcium sources compared

06/1/2005 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Milk as a source of calcium for children and adults should be a part of a balanced diet, say many dietitians. But calcium can also be sourced through oats, almonds, soy milk, beans and calcium-rich vegetables such as mustard greens, kale, cabbage and Brussels sprouts, as well as turnip greens and tofu. Vitamin D, also found in dairy products, can be sourced through fortified foods and brief sun exposure.

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