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Vitamin D or the 'sunshine vitamin' is an essential nutrient that helps maintain bone health. For a country that gets abundant sunlight (at least for most parts of the year) it's shocking to find a significant part of the population being diagnosed with Vitamin D deficiency.
Vitamin D plays a major role in regulation and absorption of calcium in the body, so we've listed 5 natural sources that can help boost your Vitamin D levels.
All kinds of fish are rich in Vitamin D, but typically oily or fatty fish such as salmon contain more Vitamin D in comparison to less oily fish. Other common options include trout, mackerel, tuna or eel.
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The power of mushrooms will leave you astounded. Include them in your diet four times a week and watch your Vitamin D levels shoot up. You can choose to grill, bake, stir-fry, sauté, stuff or roast mushrooms, resulting in a healthy yet delicious dish.
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