Foods without Vitamin D

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Food NameCaloriesVitamin D
Cheese, cottage, creamed, with fruit970
Cheese, cottage, nonfat, uncreamed, dry, large or small curd720
Cheese, cottage, lowfat, 2% milkfat860
Cheese, cottage, lowfat, 1% milkfat720
Sour dressing, non-butterfat, cultured, filled cream-type1780
Milk, filled, fluid, with lauric acid oil630
Cream substitute, liquid, with hydrogenated vegetable oil and soy protein1360
Cream substitute, powdered5450
Dessert topping, powdered5770
Dessert topping, pressurized2640
Dessert topping, semi solid, frozen3180
Sour cream, imitation, cultured2080
Milk, buttermilk, fluid, cultured, lowfat400
Milk, dry, nonfat, regular, without added vitamin A and vitamin D3620

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Foods without Vitamin D

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See also our The Complete Vitamin D Food Sources.

Vitamin D Food Sources

Vitamin D can be found in small amounts in a few foods, including fatty fish such as herring, mackerel, sardines and tuna. To make vitamin D more available, it is added to dairy products, juices, and cereals that are then said to be “fortified with vitamin D.”

Too Much Vitamin D

Vitamin D toxicity, also called hypervitaminosis D, is a rare but potentially serious condition that occurs when you have excessive amounts of vitamin D in your body.

Most people do not commonly experience side effects with vitamin D, unless too much is taken. Some side effects of taking too much vitamin D include weakness, fatigue, sleepiness, headache, loss of appetite, dry mouth, metallic taste, nausea, vomiting, and others.

Taking vitamin D for long periods of time in doses higher than 4,000 units per day is possibly unsafe and may cause excessively high levels of calcium in the blood.

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