Canned tuna: Every 100 grams of canned tuna contains 268 IU of vitamin D. However, this fish contains a lot of mercury.
When accumulated in the body, it can cause serious health problems.
Therefore, as much as children like it, parents should only feed their children no more than 170 grams of canned tuna per week.
Egg yolk: If egg white contains a lot of protein, then fats, vitamins and minerals are found mainly in the yolk. One egg yolk contains 37 IU of vitamin D.
Mushroom: Wild mushrooms contain up to 2,300 IU of vitamin D per 100 grams.
UV-treated mushrooms also provide 130-450 IU/100 grams.