How Can a Person with Lactose Intolerance Obtain Dietary Calcium?

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A person with lactose intolerance can obtain dietary calcium by drinking lactose-free milk and lactose-free dairy products. Also, salmon, spinach, broccoli, nuts, legumes and sardines have calcium in them. Taking supplements is an option.
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