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How can you naturally boost your vitamin D intake?

There are a number of natural ways to boost your vitamin D intake, including by taking supplements or adding vitamin-rich foods into your diet.

The NHS says: “If you’re still spending more time indoors than usual this spring and summer, you should take 10 micrograms (400 IU) of vitamin D a day to keep your bones and muscles healthy.”

Certain goods are rich in vitamin D, including mushrooms, egg yolks and fortified foods including plant-based milk alternatives, tofu, some cereals and yoghurts.

You can check whether a food has been fortified by reading its label.


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