Not only played healthy bones, vitamin D also claimed to be able to protect the body from the dangers of chronic diseases such as diabetes, cancer, hypertension, and heart disease. White drinks are also beneficial boost immunity. Relying on the morning sun rays alone are not sufficient to meet the requirement of vitamin D daily. For that we need additional supplements or foods that contain lots of vitamin D. Milk is one food product containing high content of vitamin D. As quoted from the pages of the Times of India, milk is part of a healthy diet and is believed to be the main source of vitamin D. Not only that, but milk also contains nearly half of all the vitamins that is needed by the body. A new study says, there is no other foods that contain vitamin D is more than milk. Using the data of national consumption is more than 16,000 Americans from the age of two years, the researchers investigated the contribution of each food group with vitamin D intake overall. The result stated, there is no food with vitamin D contributes more than milk. In fact, for children aged two to 18 years, milk provides almost two-thirds requirement of vitamin D in foods. Keith Ayoob, a registered dietitian and nutritionist pediatric stated, "Without the milk in the diet, it is difficult to meet a number of nutrients, especially vitamin D requirement," he added. Besides known role maintaining strong bones, vitamin D is now being praised because it contains many other benefits including increased immunity. The experts from the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) recommends 400 IU of vitamin D every day, equivalent to four cups of fat-free milk or low fat is needed by the body. The findings presented at Experimental Biology in Anaheim, California is expected to encourage people to consume more milk.