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You can also ingest vitamin D. Mackerel, tuna, and salmon are all high in the vitamin as well as docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), the brain’s most abundant fatty acid that helps control mental health and mood. A 3-ounce sockeye-salmon fillet contains about 450 international units (IUs) of vitamin D—75 percent of the Institute of Medicine’s 600-IU daily recommendation.
Located on 100 acres in the Cotswolds area of the British countryside, Soho Farmhouse smokes its own salmon and mackerel in-house. The property’s two-story Main Barn is open everyday serving head chef Ronnie Bonnetti’s (who previously worked at London’s River Café) signature dishes, which have included salmon fish cakes with herb mayonnaise and smoked mackerel with sweet beets and a horseradish salad. (sohofarmhouse.com)