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What are the best calcium sources for people who are lactose intolerant?

On call Q. How can I get my daily requirement for calcium if I am lactose intolerant? A. We usually associate high-calcium foods with dairy products, like milk, cheese, and yogurt. If you cannot tolerate these foods from a digestive standpoint, you can still meet your calcium requirement by increasing your consumption of certain green leafy vegetables and calcium-fortified foods. …

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