Top 10 Calcium Rich Foods (Dairy Free) - A Must Watch Video

We should pay close attention to how much calcium we consume, since it’s very important for our health.

Calcium is responsible for the construction and maintenance of our bones and teeth.

It’s also responsible for muscle contractions, coagulation and the transmission of messages between the nerves.

Once you turn 40, with the natural decline of bone tissue, calcium consumption becomes even more important since it prevents osteoporosis. That’s when your bones weaken due to loss of bone mass.

Milk is a good source of calcium, but it’s very hard to digest and many people are allergic or intolerant to it.

Unfortunately, many people still think that milk and its products are the only source of calcium. That’s a big mistake.

There are several plants that can provide the necessary amount of calcium that our bodies need.


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