Cod liver oil, salmon, mackerel, mushrooms, fortified milk, orange juice, tuna fish, yogurt, sardines, eggs, beef, cereal.
Though the easiest way to intake vitamin D is to expose one’s self to a limited amount of ultraviolet rays each day, i.e., to go out in the sun, a few foods contain it as well. Fish flesh and fish oils have it, and many high protein foods like beef liver, cheese, and egg yolks contain trace amounts. Some cereal, orange juice and dairy products have vitamin D added, and this will usually be displayed on the label.
Milk is good for vitamin D. Fortified soymilk is also good, as it contains similar nutrients to milk. Most sources of protein are also good sources of vitamin D — meats, cheese, eggs, fish. Vegetarian substitutes for those contain similar benefits.
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