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I have been allergic to dairy since birth & manage well by eating plant based calcium sources, taking calcium citrate supplements, & consuming ocean fish. I drink a variety of fortified milk substitutes altho' OJ doesn't agree w/ me. Collard greens & black eyed peas? Two southern staples I might have tried once (I like most legumes) but will need to try chia seeds & try again to eat sesame seeds in quantity. Thanx.
Thank you for the informative article.
This is some helpful information
good info.. thanks.
Could we update this information? Great suggestions; just wondering if there's more out there.
Thanks for the information. I needed this because I am usually falling short in calcium.
great info thanks
Great information because I am lactose intolerant!
Thank you so much for this great info!
I love dairy foods, so I do not care whether the vitamins come from non-dairy sources. But I can see it would be helpful for those to whom it matters.
This is very helpful to me, as dairy isn't an option for me. Terrific!
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