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Foods that have a high amount of Vitamin D in them are Cod Liver Oil, Fish, Oysters, Fortified Cereals, Caviar, Ham, Eggs, Soy Products, and Mushrooms.

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Most foods contain little or no vitamin D.


The foods highest in vitamin D include fish oil, herring, catfish, salmon, trout, and other fish. Other foods rich in vitamin D include soymilk, Vitamin D enriched milk, orange juice and oatmeal.


The best foods to get calcium and vitamin D are dairy foods like milk and yogurt. Both of these contain both calcium and vitamin D, so try those or a supplement.


Yes, Vitamin D is essential to maintain strong bone density while suffering from osteoporosis. In addition to Vitamin D, intaking a high amount of calcium is very beneficial.


That is vitamin D. Unfortunately, the amount of vitamin D is very less, than you can guess, in dairy products. The amount is very high in fish liver oil, at times, the amount may be toxic.


To get Vitamin D, spend some time in the sun, take some Vitamin D supplements, or eat Vitamin D rich foods, like raw catfish.


None. Vitamin D is contained in many foods, but on it's own cannot constitute the main ingredient in any food.


Rickets is caused due to deficiency of vitamin D in the body. Vitamin D is required for proper absorption of Calcium in the body and calcium is required for healthy bones. Sufficient amount of Vitamin D can be obtained by exposure to sun light [especially in the morning]. foods like egg, green leafy vegetables and pulses contain sufficient vitamin D required for our body.


Sunshine contains the best and most efficiently absorbed vitamin D. A fair skinned person can make up to 20,000 IU's of Vitamin D in a half and hour with no risk of ever overdosing on vitamin D. Fatty fish and cod liver oil are the richest natural sources of vitamin d. Sun dried or UV light exposed mushrooms contain a surprising amount of vitamin D, up to 2500 IU's per serving. These are virtually the only significant natural vitamin D sources. Many other foods are fortified with vitamin d by the manufacturers: Bread, milk and some orange juices are fortified, but the amounts vary and the stated amount of vitamin d on the label is not always the amount the food actually contains.


Lack of sunlight (it is proven through tests that people who enjoy the actual sunlight tend to produce Vitamin D biologically) Lack of Vitamin D rich Foods Lack of Vitamin D supplements (Which can be avoided in necessity if you eat and drink Vitamin D rich foods and get ample sunlight without over exposure)


Vitamin D is found in green vegetables and sunlight.Vitamin D occurs naturally in fish and a few other foods. In some countries, staple foods such as milk, flour and margarine are artificially fortified with vitamin D, and it is also available as a supplement in pill form.


they have vitamin a and d.


Carlson's Cod Liver Oil. Sounds nasty, but they have a lemon flavor that tastes good and they also sell it in capsule form. You want Cod Liver Oil for the vitamin D not Fish Oil. Try Whole Foods or Vitamin Cottage.


There are MANY types of vitamins. Some are Vitamin A, C, D and E. Each of theses vitamins are catagorized as water soluable of fat soluable. Vitamin A is a fat soluable vitamin and CHILDREN should get about 600 units of it a day. Some foods high in Vitamin A are CARROTS, BROCCOLI, and LIVER. This vitamin helps improve your night vision, also. Vitamin C is a water soluable vitamin and an average TEENAGER should get 65units of it a day. Some foods high in Vitamin C are KIWI, GREEN BELL PEPPERS, and SPINICH. Vitamin C has many functions but some are- wound healing, helps absorb the body's iron, and it is important for brain function. Vitamin D is a FAT SOLUABLE vitamin and an average TEENAGER should get about 10units of it a day. Some foods high in Vitamin D are EGG YOLKS, FISH OILS, and MILK. This vitamin helps strengthen bones. The last vitamin (well there are MANY more but im listing these) is Vitamin E. An average TEENAGER should get about 15units of this a day. Some foods high in Vitamin E are NUTS, VEGETABLES, and AVACADOS. Vitamin E helps protect cells from damage. :-D


Foods that enhance the quality on your skin. These are typically foods containing vitamin E, and D.


This is the result of a disease of which I have forgotten the name of, having to do with a lack of vitamin D the Incas could not always get the kind of foods necessary to have high amounts of vitamin D, due to their location in the mountains.


milk is fortified with vitamin D


No, it hasn't good amount of Vitamin D… Avocado is a good food source for Vitamin B, E and K.


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 of Vitamin D.


All mammals can naturally synthesise vitamin D from cholesterol via sunlight. All ingested forms of vitamin D are actually additives or supplementary; there is no vitamin D in milk or other staple foods (it is added, and therefore not natural). Strictly speaking, vitamin D is not a vitamin at all, as a vitamin is, by definition, a chemical compound that cannot be synthesised by an organism.


Rickets is caused by a lack of vitamin D. Vitamin D is obtained in two ways 1) It is absorbed from foods that you eat 2) It is produced by the skin when it is exposed to sunlight. The increased pigmentation of the dark skinned children will decrease the amount of sunlight that can be absorbed to produce vitamin D. The smog will also block out some of the sunlight further decreasing the amount of light that the children can use to create vitamin D. There is also the socioeconomic impact. The children may be unable to obtain adequate nutrition, decreasing the amount of vitamin D they absorb from food.


The body needs to have sunlight on the skin, to make vitamin D.


Few foods contain Vitamin D. The best source is sunlight. Foods that do contain Vitamin D are: cod liver oil, oily fish (trout, salmon, mackerel, tuna, tilapia, etc.), tofu, and caviar (fish eggs). Many dairy products and cereals are fortified with Vitamin D. Vitamin D food are found in any grocery store. Fish can be canned or frozen. Some may have fish in the meat department.


Advacados are high in vitamin K and C, and also contain vitamins E and A, but they do not contain vitamin D.


Any food that contains Vitamin D.



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