The evidence for vitamin D as a powerful cancer-preventer continues to grow at a rapid rate.The results of two new data analyses indicate that high dietary intake of the “sunshine-and-seafood” vitamin can cut the risk of colon and breast cancers by 50 percent.
The Boston University team found that Wild Salmon (unspecified species) had 988 IU of vitamin D per 3.5 oz serving, which is 147 percent more than the US RDA for vitmain D (400 IU).
And Farmed Salmon had only 25 percent of the vitamin D content of Wild Salmon (245 IU).
|Vitamin D in Vital Choice fish*
(3.5 oz servings)
|International Units (IU)