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Vanilla Happy
Therese Ayoub
Changed my life

I have vanilla happy in my shake every morning!I have more strength,clarity and energy to get through the day.Being able to wake up in a better mood and deal with whatever life throws at you.

Thank you Kulture xo

Green Goddess

I like to add this range to plant Based yogurt like coconut yogurt. This one is a nice afternoon snack for me with a hint of minty flavor. My moods are calmer.

Hi SD, thanks for your review and so glad Green Goddess is proving beneficial to your moods. :)

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Berry Cleanse
Angela Nagel
Yes-Berry Cleansing

Hey don't go for a walk after this yummy treat as it does exactly what it boasts...no more info needed there accept to say its a winner!

Great Service

Great, friendly service. Slip up with shipping was fixed up promptly and cheerfully.

Vanilla happy customer

I add this to coconut yogurt or milk with a choc protein powder and add organic cinnamon Powder and shaved organic coconut for breakfast. Feeling calmer, sleeping better and waking refreshed. Covert ! It’s also very pleasant tasting and I like to support local brands !

Wow, that brekkie sounds amazing! Glad you're loving Vanilla Happy and seeing the benefits too! :)

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by Jaie Obillo 2 min read

What is the most abundant mineral in your body? The answer is calcium. It makes our bones and teeth healthy and plays a very important role in maintaining the proper function of muscles, in heart health, and in nerve health. This is precisely the reason why it is essential to have our daily calcium requirements met.

Sadly, many of us do not meet the recommended daily intake of calcium, mostly because a lot of us believe you can only get calcium from dairy sources. The truth of the matter is that there are a lot of non dairy sources that are also high in calcium.

Foods high in calcium

Here’s a list of calcium rich non dairy sources. Some of these might surprise you (in a good way):

  • Beans: A cup of baked white beans has 154 mg of calcium. It earns plus points for being high in protein as well. Black eyed peas (the beans, not the band) have 185 mg in half a cup and is also filled with potassium and folate. Different kinds of beans have different levels of calcium content. However, the most calcium packed of them all are winged beans at 244 mg per cup.
  • Nuts: Yes, nuts have calcium, too. Just a handful (¼ cup) of almonds have 72 mg of calcium.
  • Leafy greens: Your mom was right to make you eat your green leafy vegetables They’re chock full of calcium
    • Collard greens: one cup (190 grams) of cooked collard greens has 266 mg
    • Bok choy: one cup has 74 mg
    • Kale: one cup has 94 mg
  • Soy, Edamame, and Tofu: Edamame are young soybeans - they’re boiled in their pods and are an exceptionally yummy and healthy snack. Tofu is made by coagulating soy milk and then pressing it into blocks.
    • Soy milk: one cup has 300 mg
    • Edamame: one cup has 100 mg
    • Tofu: half a cup packs a whopping 861 mg - that’s already 86% of the RDI
  • Sardines and canned salmon: These calcium goldmines are packed with that mineral - all thanks to their edible bones. 7 sardines fillets has about 300 mg of calcium and ½ a can of canned salmon has 232 mg. Don’t forget about the omega-3 fatty acids in these babies.
  • Oranges and orange juice: Oranges - the real, round, juicy fruits - are a good source of calcium. They’re also an excellent source of Vitamin C, but you already knew that. 1 medium orange fruit contains 65 mg of calcium. Orange juice - the fortified kind - contains 500 mg of calcium in one cup! That’s already half of the RDI. Drink fruit juices in moderation. While they may be fortified with calcium and other nutrients, they may also be filled with sugar.



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