The best natural sources of Vitamin D

Most of our Vitamin D comes from sunlight on our skin – it forms under the skin in reaction to light.

While the best source is summer sunlight, Vitamin D is also found in a small number of foods. These include:

Cod liver oil
1,360 units per standard serving

Salmon
360 units

Mackerel
345 units

Tuna fish
200 units

Sardines
250 units

Milk
98 units

Margarine
60 units

Cereals
40 units

Eggs
20 units (per egg)

Beef liver
15 units

Swiss cheese
12 units

Adults are recommended to consume 400 units of Vitamin D a day.

Source: US Food and Drug Administration.

Source - Telegraph