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Vitamin D in a Plant-Based Diet

Vitamin D is needed for healthy bones, but it also may play a role in reducing cancer risk and depression. Although our bodies can make it with adequate sun exposure, most mainstream products—like breakfast cereals—contain vitamin D3 (derived from animals) and a growing number of vegetarian foods, including soy and other nondairy milks, are fortified with D2 (derived from bacteria). There are also D2 supplements in nongel caps available now.

To read the full article please search online for Vegan 101: Can you get enough vitamin D without milk?.

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