Vitamin D plays a crucial role in bodily functions, the main one is helping our body absorb calcium and phosphorus, both needed for our bone health. In addition, vitamin D may help improve our mood and bodily inflammation, but some research shows that almost 20% of American Americans are at risk of vitamin D deficiency. Here are some ways to increase our vitamin D spend at least 15 minutes outside in the sun study so that sunscreen doesn’t really affect our body synthesis vitamin D so before outdoors if you have a difficult time getting outdoors or your not a fan of the heat, consider vitamin D supplement to 70 µg of vitamin D per day finally eat a diet full of vitamin D rich foods such as fatty fish and moderate amount of fortified low fat dairy to find out where your vitamin D level stand ask your doctor to include it in your next blood test for more vitamin D visit our health page at click drop down page 96 season outdoors, beautiful to increase

Robin Stoloff

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    Spend Time In Sunlight

    Sunshine is one of the best sources of vitamin D. Consider bringing your work outside or taking a quick 15-minute stroll during your lunch break to make sure you’re getting enough vitamin D. Studies to show sunscreen does not affect Vitamin D synthesis affect vitamin D synthesis, so slather up!

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    Try A Vitamin D Supplement

    With heat rising, you may choose to stay inside in the air conditioning. If so, a vitamin D supplement is another way you can maintain a healthy amount of vitamin D. Most adults need about 70 micrograms per day. When at your next appointment, ask your doctor what vitamin D supplements they recommend.

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    Seafood is one of the most vitamin D rich food sources, but the amount of vitamin D in seafood depends on the type of seafood you are eating. If you’re a seafood lover, give tuna, shrimp, and oysters a try to up your vitamin D levels.

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    Egg Yolks

    Eggs from pasture-raised and free-range chickens are said to have more vitamin D than conventionally raised chickens. Next time you’re at the grocery store, consider buying eggs from pasture-raised or free-range chickens to get some extra vitamin D.

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