Bok choy 1
Bok choy makes the perfect side for salmon or shrimp, and it's even great chopped up in salad. Plus, with 158 mg of calcium (16 percent of your daily value!), who can argue?
Kale has made a splash in the last couple of years, cropping up on menus and grocery store shelves everywhere. It's no wonder, too. Kale has 93 mg of calcium and only a mere 36 calories per serving.
Who doesn't love almonds? They're crunchy, they're great for a snack, or you can even use them to make milk alternatives. Just 22 of these little babies contain 8 percent of your daily calcium.
Though often unpopular, sardines are actually a great source of calcium. They have a whopping 358 mg in every serving--more than 35 percent of your daily dose. If you're not a fan, try toasting them for a crunch on your salad.
Just five medium-size figs can deliver 135 mg of calcium and more than 13 percent of your daily value. Make sure you don't go reaching for a sugary Fig Newton, though. Choose fresh or dried, and look out for added sugars and syrups.
Salmon is one of my all-time favorite foods. You can cook it a million ways, it's got lots of protein and Omega-3s and, yes, it's full of calcium. It has 200 mg per serving, to be exact!
Sesame seeds 8
With 28 percent of your daily calcium, sesame seeds are some of the most calcium-dense foods you can eat. Throw them on a salad or even put them in a smoothie.
Other greens 9
Turnip greens, spinach, collard greens and watercress are also high in calcium. Get a few healthy servings of greens a day, and you're well on your way to enough calcium.