16. Cheese: Hard or soft, fresh or ripened, cheese in all its varieties is a great source of calcium for bones, and protein for muscles and other joint-supporting tissues.
17. Shrimps: Vitamin D is a difficult one to come by in foods, but shrimp fills that statement, simply because they’ve about 30 percent of the daily recommended amount in about three ounces – considerably more than a cup of milk. Shrimp additionally includes omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin C, as well as other nutrients vital for general well-being, including iron and vitamin B12.
18. Green Pepper: If you need vitamin C but are not a huge fan of the citrus fruits, then eat green pepper. One green pepper comprises 176 percent of our daily vitamin C requirements — and brilliant yellow and red varieties contain more than the double that quantity.