Good Luck Trying to Get Vitamin D from Foods

Good Luck Trying to Get Vitamin D from Foods



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Vitamin D Toxicity:

Can you get enough vitamin D from food? No, and I’m going to prove it.

0:00 Introduction: Can you get enough vitamin D from food?
0:14 Vitamin D amounts in food
2:44 Share your success story!

It’s important to know that you can’t get the vitamin D you need from food.

I believe a good maintenance amount of vitamin D is 10,000IU. 10,000IU is not toxic, and there are specific reasons why you need that much. Check out my other videos on vitamin D for more information.

I want to share with you different foods that contain vitamin D, the quantity of vitamin D each of these foods contains, and how much of that specific food you would need to consume on a daily basis to achieve a good maintenance level of vitamin D (10,000IU).

3oz. Mackerel—1006IU—10 servings
3oz. Salmon (wild)—988IU—10 servings (30oz.)
1 cup Mushrooms (white)—732IU—14 cups
3oz. Trout—645IU—15 servings (42oz.)
3oz. Salmon (farm)—570IU—18 servings (54oz.)
1 tsp. Cod liver oil—448IU—22 tsp.
1 can Canned tuna—268IU—32 servings (129.5oz.)
3.5oz. Herring—216IU—46 servings (56oz.)
1 cup Yogurt—154IU—65 cups
3oz. Beef liver—42IU—238 servings (714oz.)
1 Egg yolk—37IU—270 eggs

While you should consume these foods, you shouldn’t rely on them for vitamin D. It would be better to get your vitamin D from the sun or a supplement.

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Dr. Berg, age 56, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.


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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps explain why you can’t get the vitamin D you need from food.

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