Yes, it’s possible to get enough calcium from vegan foods! Check out this list of the ones with the highest amount (either fortified or naturally occurring).
The recommended daily calcium intake for all women, whether pregnant, breastfeeding, or otherwise, is 1,000 mg. Fortified foods contain different amounts depending on the brand and manufacturer, so be sure to check the label.
Some foods that a generally touted as high in calcium, such as spinach or collard greens, are actually not great sources. They contain oxalates, which decrease absorption. These food are great choices in general but should not be relied on for calcium intake.
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