Healthy Vitamin-D Rich Foods


to Add To Your Diet

Fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel, herring, and sardines are rich in vitamin D. Salmon and mackerel are especially rich sources of the nutrient.

Fatty Fish

Eggs contain vitamin D, with one whole egg providing approximately 20% of your daily needs. 


Some types of mushrooms actually produce their own vitamin D when they’re exposed to sunlight or other ultraviolet light sources.


Regular soy milk is a good source of vitamin D, although it may not contain as much vitamin D as fortified products made from cow’s milk.

Soy Milk

Orange juice also contains some vitamin D. This means that you can get some of the nutrients you need by simply drinking your breakfast instead of eating it!

Orange Juice

Many dairy products are fortified with vitamin D, including yogurt and chocolate milk. You can also find other types of dairy-based beverages that have added vitamin D.

Dairy Products

Cheese can be a good source of vitamin D if it is made from cow’s milk that has been fortified with the nutrient.


If you’re looking for foods rich in vitamin D, then breakfast cereals may not seem like an obvious choice.

Breakfast Cereal

Cod liver oil is perhaps the best source of vitamin D, with just one teaspoon providing over 400% of your daily needs.

Cod Liver Oil

Beef liver is an excellent source of vitamin D, with just one 3-ounce serving providing over 100% of your daily needs.

Beef Liver

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