Calcium Sources on a Vegan Diet – How to Prevent Deficiencies on a Vegan Diet

Calcium sources on a Vegan Diet – How to Prevent Deficiencies on a Vegan Diet

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I should have mentioned that all the advice I give is from research that I have done and also through my experience of almost 5 years of being a vegan. Having said that – If you are going to make any changes to your diet because of this video, I suggest you talk with your health care provider as I am not a doctor, but will be sharing my journey with you on what I have learned about nutrition, on a vegan lifestyle. Also, If you want to research about vitamins and minerals on google, pls do so- but remember that its always best to consult with a qualified nutritionist or doctor.

Something I forgot to mention in the video is that pytates and oxalates are molecules found in plant foods that bind to calcium in our bodies and prevent it from being absorbed efficiently!
Foods containing calcium for vegans:

1 tbsp black strap molasses 172 mg

4 tbsp flax seeds 60 mg

2 tbsp tahini 128mg

1 cup Bok choy 158 mg

1/4 cup sesame seeds 351 mg

1/2 cup figs 120 mg

1 cup collard greens 270 mg

3 ounces tempeh 80 mg

1 cup tofu 434 mg

3 tbsp chia seeds 233 mg

1 cup fresh orange juice 72 mg

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