Which Foods Contain Which Vitamins?

Trying to get a range of vitamins and minerals in your diet can seem like an impossible task, particularly knowing where to get them all from. So, we’ve created the below to help you understand what foods contain commonly sought-after vitamins and minerals.

Vitamin A: beef, carrots, eggs, fish, mango, spinach, sweet potato

Vitamin B-12: cheese, fish, meat, milk, poultry, some soymilk

Vitamin C: broccoli, Brussel sprouts, citrus fruit, peppers, strawberries, tomatoes

Vitamin D: fatty fish, fortified milk, sunshine (we know it’s not a food, but it’s one of the best ways to get it)

Vitamin E: leafy green vegetables, nuts, whole grains

Vitamin K: broccoli, cabbage, kale, eggs, milk, oily fish, spinach

Calcium: cheese, leafy green vegetables, milk, salmon, yoghurt

Iron: eggs, fruit, green vegetables, poultry, red meat

Magnesium: legumes, nuts, tea, whole grains

Zinc: legumes, meat, shellfish, whole grains

Hopefully, that has offered a bit of insight into foods that contain some of the commonly spoken about vitamins. If you feel like you dislike or are allergic to some of these foods or feel like you need a helping hand with your vitamin intake, why not browse our range of products here.