Food sources of vitamin B6 include beans, fish, fortified cereals, dark leafy greens, and oranges. Vitamin B12 is commonly found in animal products, enriched soy milk, and fortified cereals. Many foods contain vitamin B9... More »

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Lists of foods rich in vitamin D can be found on WebMD, HealthAliciousNess.com, and Global Healing Center. Health-Alternatives2000.com has a chart listing what foods all the major vitamins are found in. More »

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Shellfish, particularly clams and oysters, are among the richest sources of vitamin B-12. Lean beef, chicken, eggs and dairy products also contain large amounts of this necessary nutrient. While most natural B-12 only oc... More »

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Foods that have high folic acid content include beans, peas, leafy greens, and fortified breads and cereals. Other foods that have high folic acid content are asparagus and citrus fruit. More »

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Good food sources of vitamin B12 include clams, liver, rainbow trout and fortified breakfast cereals. Vitamin B12 is found in animal products such as milk, eggs, fish and meat, according to the National Institutes of Hea... More »

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The American Cancer Society recommends whole grains, liver, peanuts, leafy vegetables and eggs as rich sources of vitamin B. No one specific food provides the whole vitamin B complex, but supplements are also available. More »

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According to the Institute of Medicine, vitamin D-rich foods including oily fish, mushrooms, fortified cereals, tofu, caviar, dairy products, eggs, pork, and beef liver effectively replenish vitamin D missed from the sun... More »

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