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Can anyone list some things I can eat to get the calcium I need since I do not eat and drink dairy. Of course I need to eat stuff that won't possibly break me out.

I have taken a Calcium vitamin 500mg with magnesium 250mg quite a few times but usually get 1 or 2 spots around this time. Not sure if it is coincidence or not. Maybe the Calcium and Magnesium are hindering the performance of the Zinc supplement and Multivitamin I take during the day.

Maybe I should try a lesser amount Calcium Supplement without magnesium?

Anyways any help would be appreciated.


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from http://www.vrg.org/nutrition/calcium.htm

Food Amount Calcium (mg)

Soy or ricemilk, commercial, 8 ounces 150-500

calcium-fortified, plain

Collard greens, cooked 1 cup 357

Blackstrap molasses 2 Tbsp 342

Tofu, processed with calcium

sulfate* 4 ounces 200-330

Calcium-fortified orange juice 8 ounces 300

Commercial soy yogurt, plain 6 ounces 250

Turnip greens, cooked 1 cup 249

Tofu, processed with nigari* 4 ounces 80-230

Kale, cooked 1 cup 179

Okra, cooked 1 cup 176

Soybeans, cooked 1 cup 175

Sesame seeds 2 Tbsp 160

Bok choy, cooked 1 cup 158

Tempeh 1 cup 154

Mustard greens, cooked 1 cup 152

Figs, dried or fresh 5 medium 135

Tahini 2 Tbsp 128

Almonds 1/4 cup 97

Broccoli, cooked 1 cup 94

Almond butter 2 Tbsp 86

Soymilk, commercial, plain 8 ounces 80

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Guest WhyGOD111

Broccoli salmon are things I eat and a multi vitmin.

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