What to Know About Vitamin D

It’s a challenge to maintain high vitamin D levels in the winter as we’re stuck inside. The nutrient is responsible for reducing inflammation, building healthy bones and muscles, and keeping our moods happy. A lack of vitamin D can have major health implications, like high blood pressure, depression, heart disease, and cancer. To ensure that your body is getting enough vitamin D, take a daily dose in the form of fish oil pills. If you’re looking to get your vitamins from food, try whole eggs, mushrooms, and salmon.


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