Which foods contain the most VITAMIN D?

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Are you looking for a healthy way to improve your vitamin D levels? One of the most recommended methods of balancing your vitamin D levels in your body is to include foods rich in vitamin D within your diet.

Of course sunlight on your skin helps to generate vitamin D, and adding this to foods rich in vitamin D is the most effective way of increasing your vitamin D level. However, if you live in areas where there is less sun, it is difficult to maintain your vitamin D levels from sunlight. Therefore we have made this list of foods with the highest quantity of vitamin D.

  • Smoked salmon 17.1 µg each 100gr. 4.8 µg per serving (28.35 g.)
  • Mackerel 16.1 µg each 100gr. 18.0 µg per serving (112 g.)
  • Salmon 11 µg each 100gr. 9.4 µg per serving (85 g.)
  • Tuna 5.7 µg each 100gr. 4.8 µg per serving (85 g.)
  • Sea bass 5.6 µg each 100gr. 7.2 µg per serving (129 g.)
  • Tinned sardines 4.8 µg each 100gr. 7.2 µg per serving (149 g.)
  • Halibut 4.7 µg each 100gr. 4.0 µg per serving (85 g.)
  • Cottage cheese 2.7 µg each 100gr. 3.3 µg per serving (122 g.)
  • Anchovies 1.7 µg each 100gr. 0.5 µg per serving (28.35 g.)
  • Chorizo 1.5 µg each 100gr. 0.4 µg per serving (28.35 g.)
  • Pork 1.3 µg each 100gr. 1.1 µg per serving (85 g.)
  • Veal 1.3 µg each 100gr. 1.1 µg per serving (85 g.)
  • Cod fish 0.9 µg each 100gr. 0.8 µg per serving (85 g.)
  • Goat’s cheese 0.7 µg each 100gr. 0.2 µg per serving (28.35 g.)
  • Ham 0.7 µg each 100gr. 0.2 µg per serving (28 g.)
  • Cheddar cheese 0.6 µg each 100gr. 0.8 µg per serving (132 g.)
  • Gruyere cheese 0.6 µg each 100gr. 0.2 µg per serving (28.35 g.)
  • Blue cheese 0.5 µg each 100gr. 0.1 µg per serving (28.35 g.)
  • Brie 0.5 µg each 100gr. 0.1 µg per serving (28.35 g.)
  • Edam cheese 0.5 µg each 100gr. 0.1 µg per serving (28.35 g.)
  • Gouda cheese 0.5 µg each 100gr. 0.1 µg per serving (28.35 g.)
  • Parmesan cheese 0.5 µg each 100gr. 0.5 µg per serving (100 g.)
  • Oaxaca cheese 0.5 µg each 100gr. 0.7 µg per serving (132 g.)
  • Provolone cheese 0.5 µg each 100gr. 0.7 µg per serving (132 g.)
  • Pork loin 0.5 µg each 100gr. 0.4 µg per serving (85 g.)

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