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Best Food Sources of Vitamin D

Without much unprotected sun exposure, the human body makes very little vitamin D, yet its function affects many important processes. Symptoms of a shortfall can include fatigue, frequent infections, depression, hair loss, bone loss, and pain in muscles, joints, or bones.

Best Foods

Vitamin D is added to cow’s milk, many plant milks, cereals, and other foods. While these are all good sources of the vitamin,

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