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That bottle is full of homegrown Red Swiss Chard that I juiced yesterday. This is my juice for a few days. Will have carrots cukes kale chard from our garden for next batch #health #juicing #rawfoods {edit} all #organic.

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Calcium in the Vegan Diet! Calcium, needed for strong bones, is found in dark green leafy vegetables, tofu made with calcium sulfate, calcium-fortified soy milk and orange juice, and many other foods commonly eaten by vegans. Although lower animal protein intake may reduce calcium losses, there is currently not enough evidence to suggest that vegans have lower calcium needs. Vegans should eat foods that are high in calcium and/or use a calcium supplement. Our bones contain large amounts of calcium, which helps to make them firm and rigid. Calcium is also needed for other tasks including nerve and muscle function and blood clotting. These tasks are so important for survival, that, when dietary calcium is too low, calcium will be lost from bone and used for other critical functions. The body tightly controls calcium in the blood, so measuring blood calcium levels cannot assess calcium status. Because of heavy promotion by the American dairy industry, the public often believes that cow’s milk is the sole source of calcium. However, other excellent sources of calcium exist. Sources of well-absorbed calcium for vegans include calcium-fortified soy milk and juice, calcium-set tofu, soybeans and soynuts, bok choy, broccoli, collards, Chinese cabbage, kale, mustard greens, turnip green and okra. See more in the graphic. #ajaancestralhealing #vegancalcium #veganiron #alkalineprotein #chickpeas #vegan #veggie #vegetarianfood #veganfood #plantprotein #veganprotein #rawfood #cleanfood #detox #govegan #hempseeds #organic #organicfood #iron #nuts #vegetarian #hempprotein #green #greenFood #earth #calcium #sesame #plantprotein #plantbased

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That bottle is full of homegrown Red Swiss Chard that I juiced yesterday. This is my juice for a few days. Will have carrots cukes kale chard from our garden for next batch #health #juicing #rawfoods {edit} all #organic.

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Calcium in the Vegan Diet! Calcium, needed for strong bones, is found in dark green leafy vegetables, tofu made with calcium sulfate, calcium-fortified soy milk and orange juice, and many other foods commonly eaten by vegans. Although lower animal protein intake may reduce calcium losses, there is currently not enough evidence to suggest that vegans have lower calcium needs. Vegans should eat foods that are high in calcium and/or use a calcium supplement. Our bones contain large amounts of calcium, which helps to make them firm and rigid. Calcium is also needed for other tasks including nerve and muscle function and blood clotting. These tasks are so important for survival, that, when dietary calcium is too low, calcium will be lost from bone and used for other critical functions. The body tightly controls calcium in the blood, so measuring blood calcium levels cannot assess calcium status. Because of heavy promotion by the American dairy industry, the public often believes that cow’s milk is the sole source of calcium. However, other excellent sources of calcium exist. Sources of well-absorbed calcium for vegans include calcium-fortified soy milk and juice, calcium-set tofu, soybeans and soynuts, bok choy, broccoli, collards, Chinese cabbage, kale, mustard greens, turnip green and okra. See more in the graphic. #ajaancestralhealing #vegancalcium #veganiron #alkalineprotein #chickpeas #vegan #veggie #vegetarianfood #veganfood #plantprotein #veganprotein #rawfood #cleanfood #detox #govegan #hempseeds #organic #organicfood #iron #nuts #vegetarian #hempprotein #green #greenFood #earth #calcium #sesame #plantprotein #plantbased

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