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WHICH FOODS ARE THE HIGHEST IN CALCIUM?

Alpha Calcium Health Support uses all the cofactors recommended by Dr Betty Kamen Ph.D. and the calcium/magnesium ratio from the Dr Guy Abraham Ph.D. study of 1.2 to 1 of magnesium over calcium.

We recommend you avoid milk if you can.

Food Calcium (mg) % DV*
Yogurt, plain, low fat, 8 oz. 415 42%
Yogurt, fruit, low fat, 8 oz. 245 - 384 25% - 38%
Sardines, canned in oil, with bones, 3 oz. 324 32%
Cheddar cheese, 1 Ѕ oz shredded 306 31%
Milk, non-fat, 8 fl oz. 302 30%
Milk, reduced fat (2% milk fat), no solids, 8 fl oz. 297 30%
Milk, whole (3.25% milk fat), 8 fl oz 291 29%
Milk, buttermilk, 8 fl oz. 285 29%
Milk, lactose reduced, 8 fl oz.** 285 - 302 29 - 30%
Mozzarella, part skim 1 Ѕ oz. 275 28%
Tofu, firm, made w/calcium sulfate, Ѕ cup*** 204 20%
Orange juice, calcium fortified, 6 fl oz. 200 - 260 20 - 26%
Salmon, pink, canned, solids with bone, 3 oz. 181 18%
Pudding, chocolate, instant, made w/ 2% milk, Ѕ cup 153 15%
Cottage cheese, 1% milk fat, 1 cup unpacked 138 14%
Tofu, soft, made w/calcium sulfate, Ѕ cup*** 138 14%
Spinach, cooked, Ѕ cup 120 12%
Instant breakfast drink, various flavors and brands, powder mixed with water, 8 fl oz. 105 - 250 10 - 25%
Frozen yogurt, vanilla, soft serve, Ѕ cup 103 10%
Ready to eat cereal, calcium fortified, 1 cup 100 - 1000 10% - 100%
Turnip greens, boiled, Ѕ cup 99 10%
Kale, cooked, 1 cup 94 9%
Kale, raw, 1 cup 90 9%
Ice cream, vanilla, Ѕ cup 85 8.5%
Soy beverage, calcium fortified, 8 fl oz. 80 - 500 8 - 50%
Chinese cabbage, raw, 1 cup 74 7%
Tortilla, corn, ready to bake/fry, 1 medium 42 4%
Tortilla, flour, ready to bake/fry, one 6" diameter 37 4%
Sour cream, reduced fat, cultured, 2 Tbsp 32 3%
Bread, white, 1 oz 31 3%
Broccoli, raw, Ѕ cup 21 2%
Bread, whole wheat, 1 slice 20 2%
Cheese, cream, regular, 1 Tbsp 12 1%

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"Americans drink more milk than the people of any other nation. Yet we have the higest incidence of bone problems."

Dr Betty Kamen Ph.D