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Other options include calcium-enriched and -fortified products, such as juices, cereals, soy milk, soy yogurt and tofu.
You'll need to avoid foods containing high levels of tyramine ― an amino acid that regulates blood pressure ― such as aged cheeses, sauerkraut, cured meats, draft beer and fermented soy products (for example, soy sauce, miso and tofu...
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Dietary sources of calcium include dairy products, broccoli, kale, salmon and tofu.
Stir-fry vegetables with tofu instead of meat.
Other options include tofu, hummus, sunflower seeds, calcium-fortified orange juice, shrimp, and canned sardines and salmon.
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A dietitian might suggest that you try to: Eat smaller meals more frequently Chew food thoroughly Eat well-cooked fruits and vegetables rather than raw fruits and vegetables Avoid fibrous fruits and vegetables, such as oranges and broccoli, which may...
Soybean-based products, such as tofu and tempeh, can be a good alternative to meat because they contain all of the amino acids your body needs to make a complete protein, just like meat.
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