If you are a vegan and you do not consume non-vegetarian foods and milk products, you can still get your requisite amount of Vitamin D by including the right food in your diet and by getting proper sunlight exposure.
Mushrooms, Soy Milk, Almond Milk, Orange Juice are some of the foods that include a high amount of Vitamin D.
A brief list of various vegan foods that are good sources of Vitamin D are given below:
|FOOD||SERVING||VITAMIN D (IU)|
|Maitake mushrooms **||1 cup, diced||786|
|Portobello mushrooms **||1 cup, sliced||634|
|Soy milk, original, fortiﬁed with vitamin D||1 cup||120*|
|Almond milk, original, fortiﬁed with vitamin D||1 cup||100*|
|Chanterelle mushrooms, raw**||1 cup||114|
|Orange juice, fortiﬁed with
|Soy yogurt, fortiﬁed with vitamin D||150 grams||80*|
|Ready-to-eat cereal, fortiﬁed with vitamin D||¾ – 1 cup||40*|
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