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Do Green apples have vitamin d?

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No they do not. Land plants do not contain ergosterol; the precursor to vitamin D production. Vitamin D is synthesized in the skin of mammals through exposure of the skin to sunlight. Vitamin D can also be ingested in suppliment form or from foods including yeasts and from mushrooms.

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