Which foods are high in calcium?

Generally speaking, there is no need to deliberately supplement calcium, but it does not rule out that someone is severely deficient in calcium or weak, and you need to take calcium tablets at the doctor’s advice.

Milk and dairy products: milk, goat’s milk, cheese, yogurt and condensed milk.

Beans and soy products: soybeans, edamame, lentils, broad beans, tofu, dried tofu, bean curd, etc.

Seafood: squid, squid, squid, loach, shrimp, shrimp, shrimp, crab, kelp, seaweed, alfalfa, sea cucumber, snail.

Meat and eggs: mutton, pig brain, chicken, eggs, duck eggs, quail eggs, pine eggs, pork pine and so on.

Vegetables: celery, carrots, rapeseed, radish, sesame, coriander, black fungus, mushrooms, etc.

Fruits and dried fruits: lemon, alfalfa, apple, black dates, apricots, orange cakes, peach apricots, almonds, hawthorn, raisins, walnuts, watermelon seeds, pumpkin seeds, mulberry, peanuts, lotus seeds.