Q. Is there vitamin D in wild salmon? We live in Alaska and eat king salmon about twice a week. We also take vitamin D3 since there is so little sunlight here during the winter. Would that be too much?
A. Wild salmon does contain vitamin D, roughly 500 to 1000 International Units (IU) in a serving. In Alaska, you could benefit from an additional dose of vitamin D. A total daily intake of 2000 IU would be reasonable.