Non-Dairy Sources of Calcium on Keto
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hey guys today I’m going to do a video on non-dairy sources of calcium a lot of people have allergies to the protein in milk a lot of people have lactose intolerance so they have a lot of digestive issues so they want an alternative one of the challenges you might run into is that even no almonds and spinach are high in calcium they’re also high in oxalates which can irritate your your joints and even cause kidney stones if you’re susceptible to them so I’m gonna take these off the list okay and just talk about the ones that are fairly safe canned sardines with the bones okay that’s a good source of calcium salmon is a good source of calcium and also other fish bok choy all right now kale now kale has some oxlips but it’s low on the list and if you’re doing lemon juice that should that’s those sit rates should prevent any any issue with kidney stones broccoli would be a good source of calcium now also if you take vitamin D or you’re getting Sun that will increase the availability of calcium now lastly I just want to mention one situation with people that might have this consideration they have an allergy or they’re lactose intolerant when in fact they’re just sensitive to a protein and casein called any one okay Casey so what you might want to experiment with is to do the a two type casein which is in goat cheese or sheep cheese and see if you have any reaction to that and that way you can get some calcium from dairy but without the inflammatory response alright thanks for watching so you know my viewpoint on this topic I want to know your viewpoint what do you think about this video go ahead and comment down below
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A lot of people have allergies to the protein in milk, has lactose intolerance and digestive issues with dairy products. In this video, Dr. Berg talks about the non-dairy sources of calcium.
1. Canned Sardines (with the bones)
3. Bok Choy
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