12. Lamb’s Quarters
A cooked half cup of lamb’s quarter has 114 mg of calcium in it.
Lamb’s quarter is a weed which is rich in calcium and protein. It also has vitamins A and C. It is wise to add them to your diet to meet your body’s calcium deficiency.
Nopales have 122 mg of calcium per half cup.
They are the leaves of the prickly pear cactus. When nopales are cooked, they have a sour taste. They are crispy but sticky in texture. They are usually cut into long strips or cubes and are used in tacos or stews.
Nopales are rich in minerals like manganese and calcium. They also help in managing blood sugar.
In a half cup of spinach, there is 123 mg of calcium.
Frozen and cooked spinach is much better and healthier than the canned one. This leafy green vegetable is a good source of calcium. Spinach can be added into salads and soups.