This is a list of foods containing vitamin D.
In addition to the sun, many foods can provide vitamin D. Some foods have vitamin D naturally, others have the vitamin D added.
Fish meat and fish liver oils have the largest quantity of vitamin D per serving. It is also found in dairy products like eggs, beef liver, cheese only in lesser amounts.
To get the greatest nutritional benefit from foods, it is important to manage fluids and electrolytes before, during and after meals. You can do this with a pinch of unprocessed salt on the tongue, then drink a glass of water (about 10% your body weight in ounces of water). Learn more about this at www.WaterCures.org
Vitamin D3 or cholecalciferol is produced from the sun exposure on our skin.
Vitamin D2 or ergocalciferol is available in some mushrooms. It is also available in beef liver, cheese, egg yolks, fish and fish oils.
Some foods, milk, ready to eat breakfast cereals and juices have vitamin D added.
Perhaps the most important aspect of these foods is the vitamin D and glutathione connection. Yes, vitamin D helps increase your bodies glutathione.
Made in the Sun Vitamin D: more on how our bodies make it.
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