[10 ways to generate vitamin D and support skin immunity] Part 4 **Intake of vitamin D from meals**

You can also get vitamin D from foods such as fish, eggs, and mushrooms. However, since vitamin D from food is limited, it is a good idea to combine this with sunbathing.

Vitamin D is an important nutrient that can be obtained through exposure to sunlight and through diet. Below are some points regarding dietary vitamin D intake.

  1. **Food sources of fat-soluble vitamin D:**

- **Fatty Fish:** Fatty fish such as salmon, tuna, mackerel, and sardines are rich in vitamin D.

- **Fish liver oil:** Fish liver oil, which is extracted from fish liver, is also a high source of vitamin D, but you need to be careful about the amount you consume.

  1. **Egg Yolk:** Egg yolk also contains vitamin D. In particular, chicken egg yolks are a common food source of vitamin D.

  1. **Mushrooms:** Some mushrooms synthesize vitamin D when exposed to ultraviolet light. However, this is limited and not all mushrooms are equally abundant.

  1. **Milk and Dairy Products:** Dairy products such as milk, cheese, and yogurt may have added vitamin D. This is sometimes labeled as "vitamin D fortified."

  1. **Foods fortified with vitamin D:** Some foods are fortified with vitamin D. This includes things like breakfast cereal, orange juice, and formula milk.

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin, so absorption is improved when taken with foods containing fat.

The amount you should take will vary depending on your individual health condition and needs, so it's important to consult your doctor or dietitian when considering vitamin supplements and your specific needs.


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