The Best Vitamin Sources

There is a lot of debate about what the best vitamin actually is. Each vitamin has its own essential functions that contribute to a person’s overall health and well-being. It’s impossible to really say that one of these is the greatest vitamin. However, there are a number of foods that contain the most vitamins.

The largest vitamin sources differ per vitamin. It is important to have a balanced diet to ensure the necessary amounts of each vitamin are obtained. However, it may be helpful to list the most important vitamin sources for each vitamin as a guideline.

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  • The best sources of vitamin A are milk, eggs, butter, yellow fruits and vegetables, dark green fruits and vegetables, liver
  • The best sources of vitamin B1 are brewer’s yeast, whole grains, black belt molasses, brown rice, organ meats, egg yolks
  • The best sources of vitamin B2 are brewer’s yeast, whole grains, legumes, nuts, organ meats, molasses
  • The best sources of vitamin B3 are lean meat, poultry and fish, brewer’s yeast, peanuts, milk, rice bran, potatoes
  • The best sources of vitamin B4 are egg yolks, organ meats, brewer’s yeast, wheat germ, soybeans, fish, legumes
  • The best sources of vitamin B5 are organ meats, egg yolks, legumes, whole grains, wheat germ, salmon, brewer’s yeast
  • The best sources of Vitamin B6 are meat, whole grains, organ meats, brewer’s yeast, black belt molasses, wheat germ
  • The best sources of vitamin B7 are egg yolks, liver, unpolished rice, brewer’s yeast, sardines, legumes, whole grains
  • The best sources of Vitamin B8 are grains, citrus fruits, molasses, meat, milk, nuts, vegetables, brewer’s yeast
  • The best sources of vitamin B9 are dark green leafy vegetables, organ meats, root vegetables, oysters, salmon, milk
  • The best sources of Vitamin B12 are organ meats, fish, pork, eggs, cheese, milk, lamb, bananas, kelp, peanuts
  • The best sources of Vitamin B13 are root vegetables, liquid whey
  • The best sources of vitamin B15 are brewer’s yeast, rare steaks, brown rice, sunflower, pumpkin and sesame seeds
  • The best sources of Vitamin B17 are whole kernels from apricots, apples, cherries, peaches, plums
  • The best sources of vitamin C are citrus, cabbage, chilies, berries, melons, asparagus, rose hips
  • The best sources of vitamin D are salmon, sardines, herring, milk, egg yolks, organ meats, sprouted seeds, sunflower seeds
  • The best sources of Vitamin E are cold pressed oils, eggs, wheat germ, organ meats, molasses, sweet potatoes, nuts
  • The best sources of Vitamin F are vegetable oils, butter, sunflower seeds
  • The best sources of vitamin K are leafy green vegetables, egg yolks, safflower oil, black belt molasses, cauliflower
  • The best sources of vitamin Q are pinto beans, legumes, soybeans
  • The best sources of Vitamin T are sesame seeds, raw seeds, butter, egg yolks
  • The best sources of vitamin V are raw cabbage, sauerkraut and leafy greens
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