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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.

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All green leafy vegetables.

Vitamin D: fish, liver Vitamin A: coloured vegetables as carrots, spinch, mango, papaya, etc.

Green, leafy vegetables. when you are in the sun your body can produce its own vitamin D

vitamin B, Vitamin C, Vitamin D. It depends on which type of vegtables

vitamin a, b, c, d. all contain vitamin. but different type of vitamin only.

Vitamin D is produced in the skin by the effect of the sunrays and the UVB rays of the sun. Food sources like milk, cheese, vegetables also help in vitamin D production. This vitamin is important for bones and teeth.

Vitamin A--orange vegetables like carrots and yams. Vitamin B--nutritional yeast, beans, whole grains Vitamin C--raw fruits and vegetables Vitamin D--sunshine on bare skin Vitamin E--vegetable oils

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.

Fish are a source of vitamin D; for vitamin A you need carrots, apricots, cantaloupe, or other orange or yellow colored fruits and vegetables.

You can get vitamin D from the sun. Your body produces vitamin D when exposed to UV rays from the sun. That is not to say that you should lay in the sun for hours, but if you are lacking in vitamin D, try doing some outdoor activities and eat lots of green leafy vegetables.

Vitamins are essential to the human body. Foods that are well known for having vitamins are fruits and vegetables. You can get vitamins from a variety of foods such as : Vitamin D- drinking milk, Vitamin A- eating carrots, Vitamin C- eating citrus fruits and Vitamin B - eating green leafy vegetables. If you do not like fruits and vegetables, you can also do like me and take vitamin supplement pills.

The fat soluble vitamins:Vitamin A: orange/yellow fruits, leafy vegetables, liver, milkVitamin D: fish, eggs, liver, mushrooms and sunlightVitamin E: fruits, vegetables, nuts/seedsVitamin K: leafy green vegetables, egg yolks, liverThe water soluble vitamins: Vitamin C: fruits, vegetables, liverVitamin B1 Thiamine: pork, grains, vegetables, eggs, liverVitamin B2 Riboflavin:diary products, bananas, asparagusVitamin B3 Niacin: meat, fish, eggs, vetables, mushrooms, tree nutsVitamin B5 Pantothenic acid: meat, brocolli, avocadosVitamin B6 Pyridoxine: meat, vegetables, tree nuts, bananasVitamin B7 Biotin: liver, peanuts, certain vegetablesVitamin B9 Folic acid: leafy vegetables, pasta, bread, cereal. liverVitamin B12 cyanocobalamin:meat & other animal products

There are no fruits or vegetables that have vitamin b12. Vitamin B12 is obtained from meat, dairy and fish.

Rickets are caused by a severe lack of vitamin D. To prevent rickets is to consume vitamin D enriched foods such as butter, eggs, fish oil and green vegetables. (Vitamin D is also formed when the body is exposed to morning sunlight from 8 to 11 o'clock.)

Yes, they can. Vitamin B-Complex, VItamin C, and Vitamin d. Many of these vitamins and minerals can be found in fruits and vegetables or as supplements. Either way, they can be acquired easily.

Vitamins dont have vegetables in it. Vegetables have different vitamins in them.

Vitamin A can be found in Apricots

Vitamins A and D are not considered true vitamins. Dr. T. Colin Campbell doesn't believe that vitamin A meets the definition of a vitamin, because it isn't essential: your body can make all the vitamin A it needs from about 50 carotenoids in vegetables and fruits. Vitamin D is actually a hormone that your body makes from the action of sunlight on your skin.

Yes, vegetables contain vitamin C. Examples of the vegetables containing vitamin C are as follows:PeppersSpring greensBrusselsBroccoliBok choyNote: There are also vegetables that contain vitamin C which are not inluded on the above list.

They have Vitamin C, but not Vitamin D.

Is a 1000 IU Vitamin D the same as 1000 mg of Vitamin D

The term "vitamin D" refers to several different forms of this vitamin. ergocalciferol (vitamin D2) and cholecalciferol (vitamin D3). Vitamin D2 synthesized by plants. Vitamin D3 is synthesized by humans in the skin. D is the fourth letter in the Latin alphabet and the vitamin D was the fourth vitamin discovered.

Carlson Vitamin D provides Vitamin D that is effective in a form that is absorbed in the blood for instant vitamin effectiveness. Carlson Vitamin D is tasty.

Vitamin D3 is a type of Vitamin D found in animals (including Humans). Vitamin D2 is the type of Vitamin D found in plants.

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