Top 22 Foods Highest in Calcium; Foods Rich in Calcium

3) Anchovies

Anchovies

We can keep talking about seafood for a while, and it is the turn of anchovies. They contain abundant calcium and vitamin D, which supports the absorption of calcium so that you can take in calcium effectively. This combination is fundamental, and it is what people look for when buying a supplement. They usually want one that joins calcium, and vitamin D. Anchovies will provide both naturally, and since they come from fresh foods, the body responds to them more effectively.

Additionally, anchovies contain a share of healthy fatty acids that help your cholesterol levels stay in line. They have vitamin B2, which is essential in fat and sugar metabolism. They have vitamin A, which is helpful for your mucous membranes but also as a potent antioxidant. They also have other nutrients, such as tyrosine and taurine.

Written by Greg M. Wilcox

With a background in medical research, I'm dedicated to unraveling the complexities of health and nutrition in a way that's easy to understand and implement. From debunking myths to sharing science-backed insights, my goal is to guide you on a journey towards optimal well-being.