7 Foods That Are High in Vitamin D


Salmon are good sources of vitamin D. In a 3.5-ounce (100-gram) serving, farmed salmon contains around 66% of the DV.


Pickled herring, sardines, and other fatty fish are also good sources. 


Cod liver oil contains 450 IU of vitamin D per teaspoon. It is also high in vitamin A and omega-3 fatty acids. 


Canned tuna contains 269 IU of vitamin D per serving. Eat no more than one serving per week to prevent methylmercury buildup. 


Wild mushrooms or mushrooms treated with UV light are good sources of vitamin D. 


Foods such as cow’s milk, soy milk, orange juice, cereals, and oatmeal are sometimes fortified with vitamin D.