Vitamin D
Vitamin D
Description :

Vitamin D (also referred to as “calciferol”) is a fat-soluble vitamin that is naturally present in a few foods, added to others, and available as a dietary supplement. It is also produced endogenously when ultraviolet (UV) rays from sunlight strike the skin and trigger vitamin D synthesis.

Source :

Oil (Cod Liver)

0.25 mg

Carp (Fish)

0.0247 mg

Sockeye Salmon

0.0141 mg


0.0139 mg

Florida Pompano

0.011 mg

Pink Salmon

0.0109 mg

Oil (Sardine)

0.0083 mg

Mushrooms (Morel)

0.0051 mg


0.0031 mg

Chicken Egg

0.00205 mg

Duck egg

0.001725 mg

Goose egg

0.00165 mg

Almond (Milk)

0.00159 mg

Quail egg

0.001375 mg


0.0012 mg

Atlantic Cod

0.0009 mg

Atlantic Croaker

0.0007 mg

Mushrooms (Oyster)

0.0007 mg


0.0005 mg

Mushrooms (Beech)

0.00037 mg

Mushrooms (White)

0.0002 mg

Mushrooms (Brown)

0.0001 mg

Mushrooms (Enoki)

0.0001 mg

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