Not really a fan of fish? Don’t worry—we’ve got your back! Just add some mushrooms to your diet for a versatile vitamin D punch. However, take into consideration that the vitamin D amounts will vary depending on the amount of UV light the mushrooms are exposed to, according to the Agricultural Research Service. A serving has between 124 and 1,022 IU per 100 grams (g).
Growers such as Monterey Mushrooms produce varieties high in vitamin D, but you have to read the labels carefully. Once you have these mushrooms on your countertop, add them to eggs or fish such as salmon, or tuna for a meal even richer in vitamin D. Or just make a mushroom based dish, such as veggie-stuffed portobellos.