Which milk has the most vitamin D?
Herein, which type of milk has the most vitamin D?
Whole milk contains 5 percent of your daily value of vitamin A and 24 percent of your daily value of vitamin D. After fortification, reduced-fat milk contains 9 percent of your daily value of vitamin A and 29 percent of your daily value of vitamin D.
One may also ask, what kind of milk is vitamin D? Regular cow's milk provides an array of healthy vitamins and nutrients, such as vitamin D, calcium, potassium, niacin and protein, Bell says. It also contains saturated fat.
Likewise, is there more vitamin D in whole milk?
Yes, nonfat milk (also called skim milk and fat-free milk) provides the same vitamins and minerals as whole milk — with no fat. Natural levels of vitamin D are low, so most milk producers add vitamin D to whole milk.
Is there a difference between whole milk and vitamin D milk?
Skim milk, 1 percent milk, 2 percent milk and whole milk all have the same amount of protein, calcium, vitamins and minerals. Vitamin D is added to all of them. The amount of fat is the only difference between them, and it's a big difference.