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Calcium in 'Cheese, low-sodium' to 'Cheese, Mexican' Foods


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Welcome to page 6 of our list of high Calcium Foods.

This page shows the amount of Calcium in Cheese, low-sodium, cheddar or colby through to Cheese, Mexican blend. The amount ranges from 703 mg through to 659 mg per 100g of Calcium in foods.

Our complete nutrition and vitamin database has been ranked for over 7000 foods, based on amount of Calcium, giving a list of foods high in Calcium. Click a food item to give a full nutrition breakdown which can be scaled for different amounts of foods, from our list of Calcium Rich Foods.

Please remember that this gives an accurate value in 100g for high Calcium foods. For example 100g of Cheese, low-sodium, cheddar or colby contains 703 mg of Calcium. However, there are other factors to consider when you are assessing your Calcium nutritional requirements. You should also take into account portion sizes when you are considering the amount of Calcium in food.

Taking the example of chives, they have a high amount of vitamin C in 100 grams but a portion size may only be a tablespoon or 0.2 g, so please bear this in mind when trying to increase or decrease the amount of Calcium in your diet or if you follow a High Calcium Diet.



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List of Foods High in Calcium

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Cheese, low-sodium, cheddar or colby - Calcium
  703 mg of Calcium in 100g (70.3 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, diced (or 132g) contains 927.96 mg of Calcium (92.8 %DV)
Cheese, tilsit - Calcium
  700 mg of Calcium in 100g (70 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 oz (or 28.35g) contains 198.45 mg of Calcium (19.85 %DV)
Cheese, gouda - Calcium
  700 mg of Calcium in 100g (70 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 oz (or 28.35g) contains 198.45 mg of Calcium (19.85 %DV)
Babyfood, cereal, mixed, with bananas, dry - Calcium
  696 mg of Calcium in 100g (69.6 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 tbsp (or 2.5g) contains 17.4 mg of Calcium (1.74 %DV)
Babyfood, cereal, rice, with bananas, dry - Calcium
  691 mg of Calcium in 100g (69.1 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 tbsp (or 2.5g) contains 17.28 mg of Calcium (1.73 %DV)
Cheese, white, queso blanco - Calcium
  690 mg of Calcium in 100g (69 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup crumbled (or 118g) contains 814.2 mg of Calcium (81.42 %DV)
Cheese, pasteurized process, cheddar or American, fat-free - Calcium
  689 mg of Calcium in 100g (68.9 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cubic inch (or 16g) contains 110.24 mg of Calcium (11.02 %DV)
Spices, caraway seed - Calcium
  689 mg of Calcium in 100g (68.9 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 tbsp (or 6.7g) contains 46.16 mg of Calcium (4.62 %DV)
Cheese, colby - Calcium
  685 mg of Calcium in 100g (68.5 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, diced (or 132g) contains 904.2 mg of Calcium (90.42 %DV)
Bread, wheat, white wheat - Calcium
  684 mg of Calcium in 100g (68.4 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 slice (or 28g) contains 191.52 mg of Calcium (19.15 %DV)
Cheese, pasteurized process, American, low fat - Calcium
  684 mg of Calcium in 100g (68.4 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, diced (or 140g) contains 957.6 mg of Calcium (95.76 %DV)
Cheese, pasteurized process, swiss, low fat - Calcium
  684 mg of Calcium in 100g (68.4 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, diced (or 140g) contains 957.6 mg of Calcium (95.76 %DV)
Tofu, raw, firm, prepared with calcium sulfate - Calcium
  683 mg of Calcium in 100g (68.3 %DV)
  A typical food serving of .5 cup (or 126g) contains 860.58 mg of Calcium (86.06 %DV)
Cheese food, pasteurized process, American, vitamin D fortified - Calcium
  682 mg of Calcium in 100g (68.2 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 113g) contains 770.66 mg of Calcium (77.07 %DV)
Cheese food, pasteurized process, American, without added vitamin D - Calcium
  682 mg of Calcium in 100g (68.2 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 113g) contains 770.66 mg of Calcium (77.07 %DV)
Spices, pumpkin pie spice - Calcium
  682 mg of Calcium in 100g (68.2 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 tbsp (or 5.6g) contains 38.19 mg of Calcium (3.82 %DV)
Cheese, mexican, queso anejo - Calcium
  680 mg of Calcium in 100g (68 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, crumbled (or 132g) contains 897.6 mg of Calcium (89.76 %DV)
Cheese, brick - Calcium
  674 mg of Calcium in 100g (67.4 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, diced (or 132g) contains 889.68 mg of Calcium (88.97 %DV)
Cheese, caraway - Calcium
  673 mg of Calcium in 100g (67.3 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 oz (or 28.35g) contains 190.8 mg of Calcium (19.08 %DV)
Formulated bar, SLIM-FAST OPTIMA meal bar, milk chocolate peanut - Calcium
  668 mg of Calcium in 100g (66.8 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 bar (or 55g) contains 367.4 mg of Calcium (36.74 %DV)
Cheese, roquefort - Calcium
  662 mg of Calcium in 100g (66.2 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 oz (or 28.35g) contains 187.68 mg of Calcium (18.77 %DV)
Spices, allspice, ground - Calcium
  661 mg of Calcium in 100g (66.1 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 tbsp (or 6g) contains 39.66 mg of Calcium (3.97 %DV)
Cheese, dry white, queso seco - Calcium
  661 mg of Calcium in 100g (66.1 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup grated (or 97g) contains 641.17 mg of Calcium (64.12 %DV)
Cheese, mexican, queso asadero - Calcium
  661 mg of Calcium in 100g (66.1 %DV)
  A typical food serving of 1 cup, diced (or 132g) contains 872.52 mg of Calcium (87.25 %DV)
Cheese, Mexican blend - Calcium
  659 mg of Calcium in 100g (65.9 %DV)
  A typical food serving of .25 cup shredded (or 28g) contains 184.52 mg of Calcium (18.45 %DV)




Calcium and Nutrition Facts - Top 201 Foods

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