Top 10 Vitamin D Foods

FISH (SALMON) Vitamin D is important for immune, bone, and heart health

Mushrooms create vitamin D from sunlight much like our bodies. Placing any mushroom under the sun for 20 minutes will boost its vitamin D level

One glass of milk contains 100 IU of vitamin d while a bowl of yogurt contains 80 IU of vitamin D

Vitamin D deficiency is common, however, especially among older adults and people with restrictive diets. This is partly because only a few foods naturally contain vitamin D

orange juice can be a good source of vitamin D. one cup of orange juice can contain 99.6 IU of vitamin D. This is about 16% of the daily recommended amount for women

Some popular cereals such as Quaker's Oats, Kellogg's Special K and Multi Grain Cheerios are fortified with vitamin D

Cod Liver Oil One tablespoon of cod liver oil provides 170% of the Daily Value of vitamin D, or 1,360 IU

Banana is another rich in vitamin D fruit and also a great source of magnesium which activates the vitamin D content in our body. 

Spinach is one of the best sources of vitamin D in vegetables. It also has a high content of calcium and an excellent source of energy. A cup of cooked spinach contains 25% of the daily recommended intake of vitamins, calcium, iron and fiber