A. Sunlight exposure

A. Sunlight exposure

The ultraviolet B (UVB) rays from the sun trigger Vitamin D production in the skin.

B. Fatty fish

B. Fatty fish

Fatty fish like salmon, mackerel, sardines, and tuna are excellent sources of Vitamin D3, the most readily absorbed form.

C. Fortified foods

C. Fortified foods

Many foods are fortified with Vitamin D, such as milk, yogurt, cereals, and orange juice.

D. Eggs

D. Eggs

Egg yolks are a good source of Vitamin D, with one egg providing around 40 IU.

E. Mushrooms

E. Mushrooms

Certain varieties of mushrooms, such as portobello and shiitake, are naturally rich in Vitamin D2 or can be exposed to UV light to increase their Vitamin D content

F. Cod liver oil

F. Cod liver oil

Cod liver oil is a traditional source of Vitamin D, particularly in regions with limited sunlight exposure.

G. Beef liver

G. Beef liver

Beef liver is another potent source of Vitamin D, with a 3-ounce serving providing nearly 50% of the daily intake.

H. Cheese

H. Cheese

Certain hard cheeses like cheddar and gouda can be good sources of Vitamin D.

I. Yogurt

I. Yogurt

Some yogurt brands are fortified with Vitamin D, making them a convenient and delicious way to increase your intake.

J. Tofu

J. Tofu

Tofu can be fortified with Vitamin D, offering a plant-based source for those avoiding animal products.