10 Non-Dairy Sources of Calcium

Don’t eat dairy? Don’t worry!¬†

It’s a common misconception that dairy products are the only significant source of calcium.

This holds far from true; in fact, there are even a few plants which provide the same amount of calcium per serving as a cup of whole milk.

Here’s 10 rich non-dairy sources of calcium:

(Note: The recommended daily allowance (RDA) for adults 19-50 is 1000mg of calcium; one cup of whole milk contains 300mg)

Dried figs

1 dried fig contains 13mg of calcium — and 1 cup of dried figs provides the exact¬†same amount of calcium as one cup of whole milk: 300mg!


About the author


Rosetta is a Manhattan-born student currently living in Paris. She loves fashion, traveling, and all things kale. She's adopted the Parisian street style, yet stayed in-touch with her New York roots; she can be spotted wearing all black with a green color pop from holding her cold-pressed juice. Her religion is coconut oil and she's married to almond butter.

Leave a Comment