Foods that contain significant amounts of specific vitamins are:
Vitamin A – carrots, spinach, tomatoes, pecans, other fruits, vegetables and dairy foods
Vitamins B1 (Thiamine) – Avocado, grapes, oranges, asparagus, potatoes, brown rice, flax seed, beef, salmon, tuna and other foods
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) – Bananas, grapes, broccoli, peas, almonds, oats, beef, chicken, turkey, navy beans, pinto beans, other foods.
Vitamin B3 (niacin) – nectarine, peach, corn, mushrooms, barley, beef. chicken, sardines, fava beans, other foods.
Vitamin B5 (pathogenic acid) – dates, raspberries, broccoli, corn, sunflower seeds, beef, chicken breast. lamb, turkey, black eyed peas, other foods
Vitamin B6 (pryidoxine) – avocado, banana, corn, green pepper, sunflower seeds, walnuts, chicken (dark meat), tuna, kidney beans, navy beans, other foods
Vitamin B9 (foliate, folic acid) – oranges, pineapple, cabbage, squash, sunflower seeds, peanuts, Cheddar cheese, salmon, most beans – especially black eyed peas and soybeans, other foods
Vitamin B12 – Beef, Cheddar cheese, sardines, other foods
Vitamin C – oranges, kiwi, broccoli, green peppers, cod, perch, goats milk, other foods
Vitamin D – mushrooms, beef, cod, herring, turkey bacon, other foods
Vitamin E – kiwi, peaches, potatoes, spirulina, cashews, pistachios, beef, eggs, kidney beans, other foods
Vitamin K – blackberries, blueberries, kiwi, broccoli, cucumber, cashews, pistachios, beef, lamb, turkey leg, split peas, other foods
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