Kids Won't or Can't Drink Milk? Try These 11 Foods for Vitamin D! by Dr. Hannah Chow-Johnson
Not all children can or will drink milk. There are other foods - in limited amounts - that can be used to help supplement vitamin D. Try:
- ice cream
Other foods rich in vitamin D include:
- fatty fish, such as tuna or salmon
- beef liver
- egg yolks
In addition, green vegetables like kale and broccoli are great sources of vitamin D. Vitamin D also is added to many foods such as breads, breakfast cereals, orange juice and soy beverages.