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Milk is fortified with vitamin D that helps with the absorption of calcium. This supports phosphate levels leading to healthier bones.


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milk is fortified with vitamin D

Orange juice fortified with vitamin D and milk fortified with vitamin D.

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.

Egg yolkLiverFatty fishFortified dairy products

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.

No, water does not naturally contain Vitamin A or Vitamin D unless it is fortified with them.

Vitamin D can be found in fortified dairy products.

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"

An example of a Fortified food is milk. It is high in vitamin D.

Most foods contain little or no 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.

Vitamin D helps build strong bones. Also because for your body to safely absorb calcium you need vitamin D

Vitamin D. It assists the body in the absorption of the Calcium found in the milk

- spend regularly some time on the sun each day (30 minutes) - eat fish, shrimps and sea fruits - eat vitamin D fortified foods (mostly milk and milk products) - eat eggs - take vitamin D supplements

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.

fish, eggs, fortified milk, and cod liver oil/ If you need more see list below-

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.

Some foods have vitamins and/or minerals added by the manufacturer. Examples are fortified bread, vitamin D milk, and iodized salt.

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.

Yes, actually you SHOULD take Vitamin D3. You have two choices of Vitamin D, Vitamin D2 and Vitamin D3. Vitamin D2 is not absorbed as well as Vitamin d3 and it has a shorter half life. Even though foods are still fortified with Vitamin D2, many researchers believe that Vitamin D2 is "no longer suitable for supplementation or fortification".

Vitamin D deficiency means you are deficient in vitamin D. Vitamin D is the sunshine vitamin which your body makes from being exposed to sunshine. You can get vitamin D from eating fatty fish like salmon and tuna or beef liver. Some dairy products are fortified with vitamin D and so are some breakfast cereals.

yeah but like any other vitamin u dont wanna get too much of it Vitamin D is nicknamed the "sunlight" vitamin. Including the sun, the main sources of vitamin D are vitamins and fortified dairy products.

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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