Sure Fruit Loops and Frosted Flakes taste good, but are they good to your bones? A number of less sugary breakfast options come fortified with vitamin D. For maximum bone benefit, look for a cereal brand with at least 10 percent of your recommended daily intake to make sure that your first meal of the day makes a positive impact on your bones.
These are just some of the good sources of calcium and vitamin D. I even read somewhere that there are other fishes that can be a great source of vitamin D aside from omega-3. How about the green leafy vegetables? Are there others that can be added to this list?