In some cases you can.
Vitamin D can be found in different drinks. Cow milk, almond milk, soy milk, and coconut milk are all drinks that have the vitamin.
Evaporated milk is concentrated cow milk with the same fortifications (vitamin A and vitamin D in the United States). Pet milk replacer starts with milk, although it may not be cow milk, and then adds multiple ingredients that are needed for the specific species. You can substituted evaporated milk for pet milk replacer for a bit (although not too long - you can cause nutritional deficiencies and health problems), but you cannot substitute pet milk… Read More
vitamins A, D, E
Vitamin D! (about 25% of what you need in a day in one cup) Milk also has Vitamin A (about 5% of what you need in a day in one cup)
The best sources of vitamin D is different types of fish. Oysters, salami, and ham are also high sources of vitamin D. Eggs and milk provide vitamin D too.
Milk is a good source of vitamin D. There are 120 IU's of vitamin D in an eight ounce glass of milk.
Vitamin D is not naturally found in milk. It is added to milk in the United States.
Advacados are high in vitamin K and C, and also contain vitamins E and A, but they do not contain vitamin D.
Milk is a good source of vitamin D.
One source of vitamin D is milk. Milk has both Vitamin A and Vitamin D added to it to make Our bones and teeth strong and healthy.
Oranges have vitamin D in them
I'm an adult and I still drink vitamin D milk.
Mushrooms is only vegetable that contain vitamin D. Maitake Mushrooms is type of mushrooms which have a higher concentration of vitamin D.
No, water does not naturally contain Vitamin A or Vitamin D unless it is fortified with them.
You can use whole milk (Vitamin D) in place of evaporated milk, but it will require simmering longer and more milk than called for. There is no exact measure for it, sorry. you can also use half and half to substitute, but it can be a little more bland or not as rich, so you might want to add some heavy cream, butter, or sour cream.
Mushrooms provide vitamin D, if exposed to just 5 minutes of UV light after being harvested; this is one of a few natural sources of vitamin D for vegans. Very few foods are naturally rich in vitamin D, and most vitamin D intake is in the form of fortified products including milk, soy milk and cereal grains. Currently, there are some companies selling mushrooms that have been exposed to UV light and contain high levels… Read More
Yes,there are trace amounts of vitamin D in soy milk but not enough to make a difference. Regular cows milks is fortified with Vitamin D.
Orange juice fortified with vitamin D and milk fortified with vitamin D.
Milk and cheese are a big sources of vitamin D.
Spinach Contains no Vitamin D but, Milk does
Cool vItamin :D
Vitamin D. It assists the body in the absorption of the Calcium found in the milk
vitamin D and vitamin B12
Evaporated milk started as only milk, has a carmelized flavor, has vitamen D added, is unsweetened and has had 60% of its water removed. Condensed milk is a mixture of whole milk and 40% sugar which is then heated till 60% of the water evaporates. It is much sweeter and thicker than evaporated milk.
The nutrients in milk are: Vitamin D, Protein, Potassium, Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, Riboflavin, Niacin, Phosphorus and Calcium.
10 glasses of milk = 1,000 units of vitamin D
The most milk that can support Vitamin D inside can be... Low fat Milk or regular milk, read the back of the carton when trying to figure out the question.
Cod liver oil contains large quantity of Vitamin D. Other fish liver oils also probably contain vitamin D. But then other food in your daily life including dairy products contain very less quantity of vitamin D. You get it from ultraviolet rays of morning sunlight. Unless given supplement, most of the people are having sub-clinical vitamin D deficiency, probably. Regarding the calcium, you have enough of the same in many foods. Milk and milk products… Read More
You need vitamin D to absorb calcium.
No fruits have vitamin d. You can get it from going outside for 15 or you can buy tablets that have vitamin d.
Yes! Milk and eggs are both high in protein. Eggs are high in omega-3 fatty acids, carbohydrates, Vitamin B12 and other vitamins and minerals. Milk is high in calcium, iron, Vitamin B12, A and D, zinc, etc.
Lemon juice does contain vitamin c, and also contains vitamin e, d, and a.
Most foods contain little or no vitamin D.
People naturally get vitamin D through direct exposure to sunlight. Milk is also a source of vitamin D, as are multivitamins or supplements. You can get vitamin D from the sun
Milk. Milk has a vitamin called Vitamin D. That helps bones get strong.
yes, all milk is Vitamin D milk. "Whole" only means it has all of it's fat content. Whereas 2% milk only contains 2% fat content, same as the fat free which is also known as skim, which contains a very small amount of fat. All milk contains calcium and vitamin D. Not true. Vitamin D must be added to milk. Some milk does not have it added. You must read the label.
Vitamin D is found in eggs, liver, milk, oily fish and margarine. Vitamin E -
Yes it does.but has More Vitamin D then C.
Milk and getting sun
Protein and vitamin D.
Vitamin D is important for your health. iIt is found in milk, and helps strengthen your bones!
Milk is fortified with vitamin D for calcification and metabolism of bones and teeth. Vitamin A which naturally occurs in milk but is lost in the processing of milk is also added. Vitamin a helps with vision, skin, and the immune system.
They contain Vitamin C and D
no vitamin c is the most impotant one.
Mushrooms provide vitamin D, if exposed to just 5 minutes of UV light after being harvested; this is one of a few natural sources of vitamin D for vegans. Very few foods are naturally rich in vitamin D, and most vitamin D intake is in the form of fortified products including milk, soy milk and cereal grains. Another answer: None. There are no vegetables that are naturally a source of vitamin D. Products like soy… Read More
yes . carrots do contain vitamin b , but not only vitamin b . it also contains vitamin , c and d . it also contains calcium and potassuium
Vitamin D is found naturally in some fish. It is added to other foods in a process called "Fortification" (adding nutrients not naturally found in a food). One example of a fortified food is milk- Vitamin D is added to some milk. Such milk would be referred to as "Fortified milk"
Vitamin D with some Vit A, E, K and B12