Vegan and Vegetarian Vitamin D3
If you follow a vegan or vegetarian diet, you’ll already be thinking more carefully about the food that you eat, no doubt including highly fortified foods to ensure that you consume the optimal amount of protein, vitamins and minerals on a daily basis. In an attempt to avoid animal products, those on vegan or vegetarian diets are also more likely to consider the content of dietary supplements, especially when it comes to Vitamin D intake.
None of us want to suffer from Vitamin D deficiency. Consuming highly fortified foods to protect our protein and calcium levels helps to ensure that our food contains every nutrient we need. With the right diet, we don’t have to resort to milk or other dairy products. After all, we all want healthy bones and glowing skin and keeping a good Vitamin D level is a good way to achieve premium bone mineral density and bone health.
The good news is, when it comes to Vitamin D supplementation, you don’t need to revert from your vegan diet. Contrary to popular belief, fish oils, including cod liver oil, are not the only dietary supplements that will up your DHA and Vitamin D levels.
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