Whole milk is fortified with Vitamin D at 400 International Units, it is required to label it on the label if that is the case. Vitamin D enhances bone mineralization, absorption of calcium, and an average glass has 25% of daily Vitamin D requirements.
Vitamin D is a specific vitamin found in foods. Whole milk is just one of those foods. You can also get vitamin D from many other food sources. Also, when you see “Vitamin D” on a type of milk, that means that more has been added.
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