Endocrinology 33 years experience
Few natural sources: Fatty fishes (tuna, mackerel, catfish, salmon) are one source. Eggs have some; beef liver has a little. Cod liver oil has a lot. Many dairy products and some cereals are fortified with vitamin d, meaning that vitamin d has been added to them. Of course you can also take a vitamin d supplement or multi-vitamin. Sunlight causes your skin to produce vitamin d, so some call it the sunshine vitamin.
Family Medicine 17 years experience
Enriched foods: The flesh of fatty fish (such as salmon, tuna, and mackerel) and fish liver oils are among the best sources. Small amounts of vitamin d are found in beef liver, cheese, and egg yolks. Some mushrooms provide vitamin d2 in variable amounts. Ready-to-eat breakfast cereals often contain added vitamin d, as do some brands of orange juice, yogurt, margarine and other food products.
Holistic Medicine 37 years experience
Not many: Vitamin d can be found in fatty fish like wild salmon, certain portabello mushrooms, and foods fortified with vitamin d like certain cereals, dairy foods, and drinks like almond milk. Of course, you can almost always get it from sun exposure.
Family Medicine 57 years experience
Only Small Amount: Our body is supposed to get VitaminD from the sun.Only sources of Vitamin D are wild caught Salmon and Mackerel,mushroom exposed to ultraviolet light,cod liver oil,tuna canned in water,Sardines canned in water,milk or yogurt as these are fortified with VitD,Beef or calf liver,EggYolk,and cheese
But most Vitamin D we get from the sun exposure
Family Medicine 37 years experience
Light best: Eggs, dairy are a couple. But the levels are low in food. Sunlight bear and supplementation require for many people
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D-fortified milk: Hi. Vitamin D-fortified milk has D. That's about it...unless you happen to consume things like cod liver oil. :-(
Internal Medicine 28 years experience
Milk: Salmon, tuna, sardines, flounder, sole, cereal, beef liver, pork, mushrooms, eggs