How to boost your Vitamin D

Vitamin D is one of the most common vitamins that is available naturally through foods or through supplements. 

In this article I will be discussing how you can increase your vitamin D intake naturally.

First we need to talk about why Vitamin D is important

Vitamin D plays a big role in your bone development and calcium absorption. Too little Vitamin D can cause muscle weakness, fatigue, and an increase of weight.

Foods that have a large vitamin D nutrient

Salmon Fish

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Tuna Fish

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Eggs

Eggs

Milk

Diary is considered a gold liquid to boost a low iodine intake. Any dairy product like cheese, milk, and yogurt helps iodine levels. Photo by Pixabay

Sardines

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2 Comments

  1. Long time supporter, and thought I’d drop a comment.

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    I just launched my site –also built in wordpress
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    1. Hey Justin! Thanks for your comment and compliment. The theme is called Dyad 2 from WordPress. I hope that helps, and I did check out your site. Its looking good.

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