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vitamin d?

what are some foods high in vitamin d?

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Owl_Feather

Asked by Owl_Feather at 10:35 AM on Sep. 15, 2009 in Food & Drink

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  • Fish oil, cod liver
    Vitamin D: 2217IU

    2
    Fish, herring, Atlantic, raw
    Vitamin D: 2061IU

    3
    Fish, catfish, channel, wild, raw
    Vitamin D: 1053IU

    4
    Mollusks, oyster, eastern, wild, raw
    Vitamin D: 941IU

    5
    Fish, salmon, sockeye, canned, drained solids with bone
    Vitamin D: 920IU

    6
    Fish, salmon, pink, canned, solids with bone and liquid
    Vitamin D: 898IU

    7
    Steelhead trout, boiled, canned (Alaska Native)
    Vitamin D: 760IU

    8
    Fish, salmon, pink, canned, drained solids with bone
    Vitamin D: 685IU

    9
    Fish, halibut, Greenland, raw
    Vitamin D: 645IU

    10
    Vitasoy USA, Nasoya Lite Firm Tofu
    Vitamin D: 581IU

    11
    Fish, herring, Atlantic, pickled
    Vitamin D: 519IU

    12
    Fish, sardine, Pacific, canned in tomato sauce, drained solids with
    lesjoiesdemaman

    Answer by lesjoiesdemaman at 10:49 AM on Sep. 15, 2009

  • For those, like me, who don't love fish:

    Fortified foods provide most of the vitamin D in the American diet [4,26]. For example, almost all of the U.S. milk supply is fortified with 100 IU/cup of vitamin D (25% of the Daily Value or 50% of the AI level for ages 14-50 years). In the 1930s, a milk fortification program was implemented in the United States to combat rickets, then a major public health problem. This program virtually eliminated the disorder at that time [4,14]. Other dairy products made from milk, such as cheese and ice cream, are generally not fortified. Ready-to-eat breakfast cereals often contain added vitamin D, as do some brands of orange juice, yogurt, and margarine. In the United States, foods allowed to be fortified with vitamin D include cereal flours and related products, milk and products made from milk, and calcium-fortified fruit juices and drinks.
    Marwill

    Answer by Marwill at 12:28 PM on Sep. 15, 2009

  • You can get altille or all you want of Vitamin D by just stepping outside on a very sunny day.

    The Sun if full of Vitamin D
    Butterfly1108

    Answer by Butterfly1108 at 1:30 PM on Sep. 15, 2009

  • Hog up the whole page why don't ya...lesjoiesdemaman but I bet your are a healthy person.

    Thanks anyway good to know this
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 1:34 PM on Sep. 15, 2009

  • Milk, fortified juices, getting sunshine...I believe is it about 15 minutes a day in the sunshine will increase Vitamin D in our bodies.
    tyfry7496

    Answer by tyfry7496 at 11:10 PM on Sep. 15, 2009

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