Autor Wątek: produkty zawierajace najwiecej przyswajalnego wapnia dla dziecka w fazie wzrostu  (Przeczytany 1675 razy)

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mama Mimi

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dziewczyny pomózcie, nie mogę odkopać spisu produktów zawierających najwięcej wapnia, oprócz oczywiście mleka krowiego.
dziękuję, nie krzyczcie za powielanie:)
Mimi 24.09.2010
bo nie chodzi o to by uchronić się przed burzą, tylko nauczyć się tańczyć w deszczu.....

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amarantus, ziarna sezamu

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wszelkie orzechy i brokul.tez nie moglam znalezc tego spisu produktow...myslalam ze nie umiem sie poslugiwac wyszukiwarka
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brokuły i wszelkie sałaty
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produkty ktore zaw.wapn:szpinak,melasa,wodorosty morskie, sezam,tahini,brokuly,orzechy brazilijskie,migdaly,papaja,nasiona lnu,pomarancze,tofu,szczypiorek,rzodkiew biala,seler  suszony,mak,jarmuz,agava,fasole,rabarbar;ziola,przyprawy(bazylia,majeranek,tymianek,koperek,szalwia,oregano)
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Może przyda się, ile poszczególna porcja warzyw i nie tylko zawiera mg wapnia ( wzięłam to z trying_low_oxalate yahoo group), można wrzucić w tłumacza google

Alfalfa Sprouts: A cup of raw Alfalfa sprouts has 11 mg of calcium. Low oxalate.
Asparagus: Half a cup of boiled asparagus has around 21 mg of calcium. Likewise in raw asparagus, 1 spear, the calcium content is 3 mg and half cup canned asparagus has 18 mg of calcium. Low oxalate.
Broccoli: A cup of Broccoli contains about 180 mg of calcium. Low oxalate (1/2 cup) if raw or boiled, medium if steamed.
Bok Choy: A cup of shredded bok choy contains about 74 mg of calcium. Low oxalate.
Cabbage: A cup of shredded cabbage contains about 40 mg of calcium. Low oxalate.
Kale: A half a cup of kale contains 90 to 100 mg of calcium. Low oxalate if boiled.
Kohlrabi: a half cup of kohlrabi contains about 42 mg of calcium. Low oxalate.
Cauliflower: Boiled half cup of cauliflower has 10 mg calcium. Low oxalate.
Cucumber: A single cup of peeled, raw cucumber contains 17 mg calcium. Low oxalate.
Garlic: A tea spoon of raw garlic has 5 mg calcium content. Low oxalate.
Lettuce: A cup of raw, shredded lettuce contains 19 mg of calcium. Low oxalate.
Mushrooms: One can of mushroom have 14 mg of calcium. Low oxalate.
Onions: One cup of chopped and raw onions contains around 40 mg of calcium. Low oxalate.
Peas: a cup of boiled peas contains 34 mg of calcium. Frozen peas are medium oxalate.
Rutabaga (Swede) A half cup of cooked rutabaga contains 41 mg of calcium. Low oxalate.
Turnip Greens: You can get between 100 to 125 mg calcium in half cup, cooked turnip greens. Low oxalate if boiled, medium when steamed.
Turnip root: A half cup of turnip root contains 33 mg of calcium. Low oxalate.
Mustard Greens: A cup of chopped, boiled mustard greens contains 104 mg of calcium. Medium oxalate.
Low - Medium Oxalate Calcium Rich Fruits and Dry Fruits
Apples: contain the highest amount of calcium in the form of juice. A cup of unsweetened apple juice has 17 mg of calcium, where as raw apples with skin and without skin have calcium content of 8 mg and 6 mg, respectively. Low to medium oxalate depending on the variety.
Avocados: One cup of avocado has a calcium content of 18 mg. Low oxalate.
Banana: There is 8 mg of calcium in a cup of banana. If the bananas are dehydrated, then the calcium content is 22 mg per cup. Medium oxalate
Grapes: Green grapes have a calcium content of 15 mg per cup. American grapes contain 13 mg of calcium per cup. Low oxalate.
Lemon: A cup of canned or bottled lemon juice contains 27 mg of calcium. Low oxalate.
Orange: One large raw orange has a calcium content of 74 mg. Navel Oranges are low oxalate.
Pineapple: Canned, unsweetened, pineapple juice has 33 mg calcium in a single cup.
Cherries: Sour cherries which are canned have 26 mg calcium in one cup and frozen cherries contain 20 mg calcium in a cup. Likewise, a cup of sweet frozen cherries has 31 mg calcium. Low oxalate.
Cranberry: 1 cup of whole raw cranberries has just 8 mg of calcium. Low oxalate.
Watermelon: A single cup of diced, raw watermelon has 11mg of calcium. Low oxalate.
Strawberries: They have a calcium content between 25 mg to 35 mg in any form - canned, frozen or raw. Medium oxalate
Apricots: Dried and dehydrated apricots contain around 70 mg of calcium in a single cup and raw apricots contain 20 mg of calcium. Raw apricots are low, dried are low to medium depending on serving size.
Blueberries: A single cup of blueberries, canned or frozen has around 13 mg of calcium. Low oxalate (half cup).
Other Low Medium Oxalate Foods Rich in Calcium
Sardines: This sea food loved by the felines is a fantastic source of calcium. There is calcium content of around 325 mg in 3 oz of sardines. Low oxalate.
Egg: Eggs have a calcium content of 55 mg, if it’s a medium sized egg. Trace oxalate.
Chickpeas: Chickpeas have a calcium content of 105 mg in a cup. Medium oxalate (half cup)
Ginger Root/Ginger: The herb ginger has a calcium content of 16 mg per 100 gm. Low to medium oxalate (raw) based on serving size. Ground Ginger is high oxalate.
"Pesymista widzi trudności w każdej nadarzającej się okazji, optymista widzi okazję w każdej trudności"  Sir W. Churchill


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