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What Foods Are Good Sources of Vitamin D?

Although our bodies can make vitamin D after skin is exposed to sunlight, most people now limit sun exposure. To get the recommended amount of vitamin D, include foods that are good sources — such as fatty fish like salmon and tuna and dairy foods fortified with vitamin D. Most milk is fortified with 100 IU of vitamin D in an 8-ounce serving. Also, look for vitamin D-fortified yogurt, cheese, soy beverages, breakfast cereals and fruit juices.

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