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Got Vitamin D? It can only be found in foods. You need it.

PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2011 8:06 am
by wesurvive
If you haven't noticed, Vitamin D is no longer available in the stores, but Vitamin D3 (man made) is. The Milk you buy has added vitamin D3 added to it. What used to be vitamin D in its original form is no longer there. *(Unless you drink organic whole milk that is straight from the cow). So you have to give your body that vital vitamin D every day (Sun works, but you still need the D vitamin during winter and summer as well from foods). So I made up a list here for you to choose from where to get your vitamin D from. You need it every day, just as you need vitamin C and all other vitamins every day from foods.

Foods rich in vitamin D.

Farmed fish is poison, buy fresh from the sea if you can. Or catch it yourself. Watch out for oil spills. =/

Below is credited to:
http://nutritiondata.self.com/foods-000 ... 00000.html

Fish oil, cod liver Vitamin D: 2217IU

Fish, herring, Atlantic, raw Vitamin D: 2061IU

Fish, catfish, channel, wild, raw Vitamin D: 1053IU

Mollusks, oyster, eastern, wild, raw Vitamin D: 941IU

Fish, salmon, sockeye, canned, drained solids with bone Vitamin D: 920IU

Fish, salmon, pink, canned, solids with bone and liquid Vitamin D: 898IU

Steelhead trout, boiled, canned (Alaska Native) Vitamin D: 760IU

Fish, salmon, pink, canned, drained solids with bone Vitamin D: 685IU

Fish, halibut, Greenland, raw Vitamin D: 645IU

Vitasoy USA, Nasoya Lite Firm Tofu Vitamin D: 581IU

Fish, herring, Atlantic, pickled Vitamin D: 519IU

Fish, sardine, Pacific, canned in tomato sauce, drained solids with bone Vitamin D: 516IU

Fish, mackerel, Atlantic, raw Vitamin D: 351IU

Below is credited to:
http://planetgreen.discovery.com/food-h ... -diet.html
Organic Sun-ripened Mushrooms

If oily fish do not jive with your taste buds, don't give up on using food to satisfy your body's need for D. A 2004 study by mycologist Paul Stamets found that eating just one gram of sun-treated shiitake, about one tenth of one mushroom, would give you 460 IU (international units) of D-healthy vitamins, meeting the FDA's 400 IU recommended daily dose. Since then food companies such as Monterey Mushrooms Inc. are growing and packaging organic, sun-ripened shrooms. And get this, only 3 oz. of these sun drenched delights provide 100% of the vitamin D we need per day to stay healthy. Monterey Mushrooms' Sun BellaT brand is actually the first to provide consumers with these healthfully grown mushrooms.

Shrimp

Eating 4oz. of these ocean-crawling crustaceans meets approximately 40% of the FDA's daily value recommendation. And because vitamin D is a stable compound, cook these little fritters in any way you like—it won't affect their nutritional substance.

Organic whole milk that has not been processed, heated, microwaved, or pasturized. Vitamin D3 depletes your body of other essential vitamins and is not anything close to Vitamin D.

Now what did Adam and Eve eat to get their vitamin D if they did not eat Fish? Dark Green Leafy vegetables.

Below is credited to:
http://www.youngwomenshealth.org/leafy.html

Dark green leafy vegetables are good sources of many vitamins and minerals your body needs to stay healthy, such as vitamins A, C, and K, folate, iron and calcium. They are also great sources of fiber. Research suggests that the nutrients found in dark green vegetables may prevent certain types of cancers and promote heart health. It is recommended that teenage girls eat 3 cups of dark green vegetables per week, or about ½ a cup every day.

Dark green vegetables are also high in fat-soluble vitamins such as vitamins A, K, D, and E. These vitamins require a little bit of dietary fat in order for the body to absorb them. When you eat dark green vegetables, make sure to add a teaspoon of dietary fat, such as real organic butter, olive or grape seed oil (not canola as they listed, I added grape seed oil), cheese or salad dressing to make sure your body absorbs all of the vitamins you eat.

Eggs also have vitamin D in them. At least 2 eggs are required.

Below is credited to:
http://www.alternativehealingtools.com/ ... tility.htm

RED RASPBERRY LEAVES - contain significant amounts of vitamin C, A, B-complex, D, E, iron, Phosphorous, manganese and calcium and has been used for centuries by Chinese women to nourish the reproductive system.

Below is credited to:
http://notecook.com/desserts/fruits/wha ... st-useful/

Spinach – for idol diets. Spinach Chlorophyll is similar in structure to hemoglobin in human blood and, therefore, improves its structure and increases the protective properties of the organism. Very useful against cancer, dirty environment and all that. It is rich in vitamin D, plus a neutral taste – simply add to any salad or lightly boil and grind, use as a garnish to meat, fish, poultry.

Organic Swiss cheese. 1 ounce has just a little vitamin D, but remember just add swiss cheese to your sandwhiches instead of cheddar.

Below is credited to:
http://www.vitamins-supplements.org/her ... delion.php

Dandelion is also a rich source of vitamins and minerals. Dandelion is a nutritive herb rich in potassium, calicum, and lecithin, with iron, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, proteins, silicon, boron, and zinc. Active constituents of dandelion leaf include bitter glycosides, carotenoids, terpenoids, choline, potassium salts, vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin C, various B vitamins, iron, silicon, magnesium, zinc, and manganese. The root also has bitter glycosides, tannins, triterpenes, sterols, volatile oil, choline, asparagine, and inulin. The primary constituents responsible for dandelion's action on the digestive system and liver are the bitter sunstances which is called taraxacin. The bitter principles are sesquiterpene lactones of the eudesmanolide and germacranolide type, and are unique to dandelion.

That is cool, now I am glad I have been eating wild dandelion for years. Has a ton of great vitamins in it, even vitamin D.

Below is credited to:
http://www.naturalbird.com/mcwatters/herbs.htm

Alfalfa – A relative of the pea and is classified as a legume, alfalfa has been used as a food, medicine and a nutritional supplement. The powder form can be used in your dog’s diet to increase the diet’s nutritional value. Alfalfa seeds and sprouts are nutritious and provide beta-carotene and many important nutrients. They are rich in protein, contain eight essential amino acids as well as the vitamins: B complex, D, C, E and K and the minerals: calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron and potassium. The leaves, petals, flowers, and sprouts are commonly used for intestinal disorders and can be used in the liquid form as a blood-cleansing tonic. Alfalfa has anti-inflammatory properties and is a very helpful treatment for those with arthritis. For diabetics, alfalfa has been known to lower blood sugar and may reduce the dosage of insulin needed to regulate blood sugar levels. This herb has been useful in cases of hemorrhaging and as a fungal infection inhibitor. Alfalfa powder is used in my dogs’ diet as a dietary supplement.

Bee Pollen – Bee pollen is a yellowish dust that is produced by the anthers of male flowers. It is an exceptionally healthy addition to your dog’s diet. It is rich in vitamins A, B complex, C, D, E, and K, and numerous minerals, amino acids, fatty acids and enzymes. It has immune-strengthening properties thereby promoting healing and the resistance to disease. Bee pollen has many therapeutic uses because of its antimicrobial effects. From cancer to viral infections, I would suggest the use of bee pollen for any condition that’s root cause is a compromised immune system. I offer my dogs bee pollen 3-4 times a week as a preventative medicine.

Fenugreek – While fenugreek is used as a spice in Indian food it also has a wealth of other uses as a medicinal herb. It is known for its ability to lower cholesterol levels, relieve gastrointestinal tract discomfort, and may also help to control blood sugar for diabetics. Fenugreek is also helpful for congested lungs and infections. It is rich in vitamin A, D, and protein.

Below is credited to:
http://www.lifeplusvitamins.com/aloe-ve ... ition.html

Aloe vera is a rich source of over two hundred naturally-occurring nutritional substances. These components include twenty amino acids, eight enzymes, nine minerals, plant sterols, monosaccharides and polysaccharides, antioxidants, vitamins A, C, E, B complex, glycoproteins and other substances. Aloe vera is a virtual gold mine of health-supporting phytonutrients. Some have described the interaction of these components as similar to the synergistic workings of the instruments in an orchestra, working together for grand results.

Granted it may not contain Vitamin D, but has everything else to work with Vitamin D to help the body. Over 200 essential things are in this plant. We all should have one.

Spirulina is another super food that has tons of vitamins including vitamin D. A SUPERFOOD.

SUPERFOOD: Kale. Loaded with nutrients. Avoid any canned kale, it is worthless if it is not fresh.

SUPERFOOD: Blueberries contain every vitamin and other nutrients. Fresh only.

A SUPER VITAMIN B17:
http://www.healingcancernaturally.com/v ... ancer.html

B17 and where to find it in foods.
The time to start is the same with any matter of adequate nutrition and that is right now. You may start now by commencing to eat the seeds of all common fruits that you eat. [But see Caveat.] The apricot and peach seed contain almost 2 percent of vitamin B17 by weight. The apple seed, although very small, is equally rich in Vitamin B17. So are the seeds of prunes, plums, cherries, and nectarines. The only common fruit on the hemisphere that lacks nitrilosidic seeds, are the citrus fruits. This lack has come about by artificial cultivation by breeding and hybridization, since the seeds of citrus fruits on the African continent still contain Vitamin B17. Two more rich sources of Vitamin B17 are the simple cereals millet and buckwheat. Macadamia nuts, although expensive and exotic, are very rich in Vitamin B17 and so are bamboo shoots, mung beans, lima beans, butter beans and certain strains of garden peas. But for convenience, the simple source for your Vitamin B17 are the seeds of the common fruit.

SUPERFOOD: Astragalus - Has the ability to boost the immune system, and a recent study found that astragals aids in improving the function of the immune system by increasing T-cell counts.

I hope that helps cover the most essential things we don't get enough of in our daily diet.

You must survive. The future is counting on you.

Re: Got Vitamin D? It can only be found in foods. You need i

PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2011 6:26 pm
by Elizabeth
You include the following statement with the info on shrimp from the planet green source you listed. "Vitamin D3 depletes your body of other essential vitamins and is not anything close to Vitamin D." That statement does not appear on that site. Where does the statement come from or is that your personal opinion?

Re: Got Vitamin D? It can only be found in foods. You need i

PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 1:23 am
by wesurvive
Sorry I missed a link for the shrimp, I will correct that. Actually I just added it probably without a link, not to include the link above. Hard doing it when listing so many links. But here is a few links to prove the point with shrimp.
http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tnam ... e&dbid=107
http://www.stopagingnow.com/liveintheno ... imp-bisque

Also for the depletion of certain vitamins from taking D3 is most common among sythetic vitamins or lab created subtances used as vitamins.

First thing is from military training, any shock to the body in any area the calcium and potassium will rush to that area, even if by eating something alien to the body. Then vitamin C is used up in the body as well as any stress to the body or emotional stress will burn up vitamin C in the body. So just one little D3 pill can cause a chain reaction, which then uses and depletes the body of other nutrients the body needs and has to have replaced.

If you google what is Vitamin D3, mysteriously there is little to be said about it even from medical sites, however digging deeper you find the design of the D3 vitamin and then you find articles that talk about various side affects there after. Only in bits and pieces though, so I will be digging through my bookmarks for a Swedish medical journal website that talks about how the bodies calcium is used to block the synthetic vitamin D3 and ends up being kidney stones.

What is Vitamin D3 made of?

Vitamin D3 (also known as Cholecalciferol) is actually a Secosteroid (very similar in structure to a steroid).

The supplemental form is most commonly derived from the oil of sheep's wool (lanolin). It can also be made from fish liver oil.
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_vitamin_D3_made_of

But that link failed to cover what a Secosteroid is:

Secosteroid: More about it From http://clinmed.netprints.org/cgi/conten ... 2002080004
Remember on the site they are talking about a synthetic vitamin D, not what is originally found in foods.

My own note:
Basically it is an inflammitory, much like a steroid. However, the calcium in the body is then sent to the kidneys to help fight against the Secosteroid as it is seen as an intruder or not natural, but the Calcium buildup then causes kidney stones. Basically D3 is fighting against the body and not working with the body.

Much like asorbic acid in synthetic Vitamin C. This takes calcium from the body and bones to mix with the asorbic acid to make something close to real vitamin C in the body.

So what happens when too much of syntheic Vitamin D3 is taken?
http://www.livestrong.com/article/30271 ... itamin-d3/

Vitamin D toxicity, also called hypervitaminosis D, can result when you take too much vitamin D3 in supplemental form. Vitamin D toxicity can cause serious health problems, particularly if you suffer from heart, liver or kidney conditions. Excessive amounts of vitamin D3 may increase blood levels of calcium, also called hypercalcemia, which in turn can cause symptoms that include nausea, vomiting, weakness, poor appetite, weight loss, constipation, confusion and heart rhythm abnormalities.

Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/30271 ... z2Drwb281T

So again, note the relation to calcium to vitamin D3 and what affect it has on calcium in the body even with small doses.

Bascially, it proves time and time again that lab created vitamins are seen as alien to the body. They body then has to work twice as hard to either get rid of the synthetic vitamin, contain the synthetic vitamin or keep fighting against it till it has left the body.

Since the beginning of dirt, vitamins can only be found naturally in nature (foods) and this new age of trying to recreate nature (vitamins) just doesn't work. We need the Real Thing from Nature itself. The ying and yang of body and nature working together in harmony, the smooth easy body healing from nutrients without the battles that go on in our bodies from synthetic lab created vitamins.

Re: Got Vitamin D? It can only be found in foods. You need i

PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2013 4:31 am
by Arina
I have some sources to Get Vitamin D are written under .
Very few foods in nature contain vitamin D. The flesh of fatty fish (such as salmon, tuna, and mackerel) and fish liver oils are among the best sources [1,11]. Small amounts of vitamin D are found in beef liver, cheese, and egg yolks. Vitamin D in these foods is primarily in the form of vitamin D3 and its metabolite 25(OH)D3 [12]. Some mushrooms provide vitamin D2 in variable amounts [13,14]. Mushrooms with enhanced levels of vitamin D2 from being exposed to ultraviolet light under controlled conditions are also available.