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Vitamin D foods: Five of the best dietary sources of vitamin D


Cod liver oil

Cod Liver Oil has traditionally been a treatment for rickets, with children being encouraged to have their cod liver oil.

Thankfully these days you can get cod liver oil capsules, so you don’t have to take it by the spoonful. Cod liver oil is also recommended for joint pain and preventing heart disease.

However, cod liver oil is not recommended if you are pregnant.

Fortified breakfast cereals

Some breakfast cereals have extra vitamin D added to them, which is a really easy way to sneak more vitamin D into your diet.

Check the label of your favourite cereals and see whether they are fortified with extra vitamins, if not why not swap them for a variety with added vitamins?





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