|Seafood is rich in selenium|
Salmon is certainly a rich source of selenium, but some of our selection offers even more of the mineral… though not as much vitamin D or omega-3s.
All figures are in micrograms (mcg) and come from USDA data tables for cooked seafood, or canned where noted.
The US RDA is 55 mcg, and few other food sources even come close to these levels per serving:
Selenium per 3.5 oz serving