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A 23-year-old female asked:

What are some food/ beverages that are high on vitamin d?

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Dr. Patrick Mckenna
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Preventive Medicine 15 years experience
Wild fatty fish: It can be challenging to get sufficient Vitamin D through diet alone. Exposure to the sun (uncovered arms and legs for 15-20 minutes without sunscreen) is the best way to increase Vitamin D levels. Otherwise fatty fish are probably the best dietary source of Vitamin D. Choose wild caught (not farm-raised) salmon, mackerel and trout for some of the highest levels of vitamin D.

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What are the foods source of vitamin d?

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Dr. Bryan Levey
Pediatrics 28 years experience
Fish, mostly.: Cold water fish like salmon and herring are fair sources of vitamin d. Whale blubber is an excellent source, which is why eskimos that eat it are rarely vitamin d deficient.

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