- Egg yolks.
- Fortified milk.
- Fortified cereal.
- Cod liver oil (warning: cod liver oil is rich in vitamin A; too much may be bad for you)
- Tuna canned in water.
- Sardines canned in oil.
- Milk or yogurt -- regardless of whether it's whole, nonfat, or reduced fat -- fortified with vitamin D.
Wednesday, 8 June 2016
VITAMIN- D SOURCES IN DAILY ROUTINE
Sunshine, not food, is where most of your vitamin D comes from. So even a healthy, well balanced diet, that provides all the other vitamins and goodness you need, is unlikely to provide enough vitamin D. Read on to find out the best ways to get enough vitamin D safely.