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    You Ask, I Answer: Calcium From Fish

    ID79601I’ve learned tons about nutrition from you!  One of the things I’m glad I now know is that spinach isn’t a good source of calcium because it is high in oxalates (and you’re right, a lot of nutritionists get that wrong!).

    What about calcium in canned salmon and sardines?  Is that pretty easy for the body to absorb?

    — Jessica Unter
    (City Withheld), TX

    Sardines — and canned salmon, for that matter — lack compounds that interfere with calcium absorption.  Much like dark, leafy green vegetables (kale, mustard greens, bok choy, and collard greens) and tofu, sardines are a great calcium source for anyone who is lactose intolerant or has a milk allergy.

    Diets very high in total protein can affect calcium levels, but that does not mean a food high in protein has that effect.

    Three ounces of sardines contribute a third of the daily value of calcium.


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