rich in vitamin D, farmed has 526 IU/100g, wild varies (556-924 IU), other fish sources: halibut (190 IU), mackerel (643 IU).
smoked or pickled, rich in vitamin D (27% DV). Pickled herring: 14% DV, high sodium. Canned sardines: 24% DV vitamin D.
rich in vitamin D (56% DV) and vitamin A (150% DV), but watch out for excessive vitamin A intake. Also high in omega-3s for heart health.
tasty, convenient, but watch mercury. Opt for light tuna, limit to 1 serving/week. Consult a doctor for mercury concerns
"Eggs, a nutrient-rich food, provide vitamin D. Pasture-raised or vitamin D-enriched eggs offer higher levels, meeting daily needs."
Mushrooms, when exposed to UV light, produce vitamin D2. While not as effective as D3, they are a non-animal source of vitamin D.
Natural vit. D limited. Fortified foods like cow's milk offer 115 IU (15% DV) per cup
Vegans can struggle with vitamin D, but fortified plant-based milks provide 13-15% DV (100-119 IU) per cup.