How To Include More Vitamin D In Your Monsoon Diet

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Vitamin D deficiency in monsoon is quite common. A great way to replenish yourself and avoid it is by including vitamin D-rich foods in your diet.

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Yes, it is indeed possible to get vitamin D from your diet. Here are some vitamin D-rich foods you can include in your monsoon diet.

Milk, yogurt, buttermilk, cheddar cheese, parmesan cheese, and eggs are great sources of vitamin D. Make these foods a part of your daily diet. 

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1. Dairy Products

2. Fish

Fatty fish like salmon and tuna are an excellent source of vitamin D. Other important nutrients like calcium and Omega 3 make fish a worthwhile food to add to your diet.

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3. Mushrooms

This low-fat, high-nutrient food provides a good amount of vitamin D too. There are so many ways to eat mushrooms such as stir-fried, in sandwiches and so on.

4. Whole Grains

Consume a variety of grains like whole wheat, ragi, barley and oats. All these foods come with lots of vitamin D.

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5. Dry Fruits

Walnut and peanuts are good sources of vitamin D among all dry fruits. Try to have a handful of nuts including walnuts and peanuts every day.

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6. Spinach 

Spinach is one of the best leafy green vegetables with vitamin D & calcium. Spinach is an excellent source of quick energy and also a delicious ingredient in any food.

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