Nutrition and Vitamins
Vitamins D rich foods
Vitamin D and foods
One third of the Vitamin D we need comes from our food. On a daily basis adults need 600 IU (International Units) or 15 mg/day. Vitamin D is both a nutrient we eat and a hormone our bodies make.
Few, so the biggest dietary sources of vitamin D are fortified foods and . Good sources include dairy products and breakfast cereals (both of which are fortified with vitamin D), and fatty fish such as salmon and tuna.1
List of Top 10 of Vitamin D Rich foodsFish oil, cod liver Vitamin D: 2217IUFish, herring, Atlantic, raw Vitamin D: 2061IU Fish, catfish, channel, wild, raw Vitamin D: 1053IU Mollusks, oyster, eastern, wild, raw Vitamin D: 941IU Fish, salmon, sockeye, canned, drained solids with bone Vitamin D: 920IU Steelhead trout, boiled, canned (Alaska Native) Vitamin D: 760IU Fish, salmon, pink, canned, drained solids with bone Vitamin D: 685IU Fish, halibut, Greenland, raw Vitamin D: 645IU Fish, herring, Atlantic, pickled Vitamin D: 519IU Fish, sardine, Pacific, canned in tomato sauce, drained solids with bone Vitamin D: 516IU Fish, mackerel, Atlantic, raw Vitamin D: 351IU
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