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Foods rich in Vitamin D (especially D3)?

  1. Ultimate Hubber profile image62
    Ultimate Hubberposted 6 years ago

    Foods rich in Vitamin D (especially D3)?

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    SuperGTR007posted 6 years ago

    Mostly fish.  Catfish is the best, and salmon is also quite good.  If you don't like fish, then a fish oil pill is the best.  Most people need 600 IU/day, and a 3 ounce serving of catfish will give you 425.

  3. ManuelAtt profile image61
    ManuelAttposted 6 years ago

    Vitamin D in foods is found in significant quantities only in liver (very concentrated), oily fish and fish oils (good sources), egg yolks and milk (small amounts). Some breakfast cereals are fortified with vitamin D - check the label

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    HelliDoxposted 5 years ago

    If the entire body can't create adequate vitamin D mainly because of inadequate sunshine subjection you need to get it with meals as well as perhaps health supplements. Specialists say that individuals with a risky of vitamin D insufficiency ought to take in Twenty-five µg (1,000 IU) of vitamin D on a daily basis to ensure there exists a very good amount of vitamin D within the system. Seniors, together with those that have darkish pores and skin need to take in more vitamin D for excellent health and fitness.Source: http://www.thevitaminmag.com/best-sources-of-vitamin-d/