Which foods contain vitamin D?
Surprisingly few foods contain vitamin D -- unless it's added to the food. That's because your body is built to get vitamin D through your skin (from sunlight) rather than through your mouth (by food). But once your body has enough, it doesn't matter whether you got it through your skin or through your stomach.
There are three vitamin D super foods:
Salmon (especially wild-caught)
Mackerel (especially wild-caught; eat up to 12 ounces a week of a variety...