Foods High in Calcium That Can Be Consumed by Vegans

Dried figs make for a healthy, sweet, and calcium-dense snack. Two figs contain about 27 milligrams of calcium. The USDA recommends 1000-1,200 mgs daily. 

 Figs

Kale has 100 mgs of calcium per cup, more than milk. This multipurpose leafy green tackles cancer, heart disease, and inflammation. 

 Kale

Soybeans are the key ingredient in many healthy vegan dishes, making them a staple.

 Soybeans

White cabbage, Chinese cabbage, or pak-choi has 105 milligrams of calcium per 100 grams. 

 Bok Choy

The healthiest vegetable is broccoli. 100 grams of raw broccoli has 46 mg of calcium, whereas cooked broccoli has 40.

 Broccoli

One orange contains 65 milligrams of calcium, making it one of the calcium-richest fruits. Calcium-fortified orange juice at the grocery store adds minerals.

Oranges

Many seeds are calcium-rich, but poppy, pumpkin, sesame, celery, and chia are best. Two teaspoons of chia seeds provide 14% of your daily calcium.

 Seeds

Goa beans, or winged beans, grow in humid tropical countries. A 44-gram serving of winged beans provides almost 4% of your daily calcium.

 Winged Beans

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