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What foods are rich in vitamin D?

Dr. David L. Katz, MD, MPH
Preventive Medicine
Watch as preventive medicine specialist Dr. David Katz reveals which foods are rich in vitamin D.
Dr. Andrea Pennington, MD
Integrative Medicine
These are foods high in vitamin D: Pink salmon, catfish, sardines canned in oil, tuna fish -- light and canned, Quaker oatmeal, fortified soymilk, fortified orange juice, fortified nonfat milk, fortified nonfat milk and dry cereal.
Kimberly Snyder
Nutrition & Dietetics

Milk, yogurt and cheese fortified with vitamin D are great, but for nondairy fans there's another (delicious) source of the Sunshine Vitamin, as nutritionist Kimberly Snyder explains in this video.


Skim and low fat milk and vitamin D fortified yogurts are excellent sources of vitamin D. Other sources include:

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