Vitamin D or as it is known as “Sunshine vitamin” has great benefits. From preventing cancer to the reduction of inflammation, helping diabetes patients and reducing the risk of influenza.But how can we get more Vitamin D?
6.Beef liver and mushroom
First of all, We all know that some of the food that contains Omega 3 has Vitamin D. Fatty fish such as salmon, tuna, and mackerel offer a hight amount of it. Tuna fish, canned in water, is another way to get it. But we can not skip the importance of fish liver oils. Having a good amount of these type of oils gives us Vitamin D.
Nonfat milk, reduced fat milk and yoghurt help us having the Vitamin D we need for a healthy body. The amounts of vitamin D added to milk products for kids can vary and may only be added in small amounts. Manufacturers must by law add vitamin D to infant formula milk.
Who can skip a meal without cheese? Well, cheese is an important element in our daily routine meals. Cheese toast at 6 am or cheesy pasta for lunch or a pizza with Quattro Formaggio cheese for dinner (but watch out the calories) gives an amount of Vitamin D.
One of the most important sources is orange juice. Taking a glass of this delicious juice in the morning is just great.
Medium-Boiled Eggs in the morning for breakfast, Pastrami Scramble or Spanish omelet for dinner are a great way to increase our vitamin D needs for our health.
6.Beef liver and Mushroom
Do not skip the beef liver because it is so efficient if you want to have a good amount of vitamin.
It is known that cereals help us to have healthy meals and make us not so hungry all the time.
Who can skip to the sun during summer or be tanned? Everyone enjoys be exposed and to have a bonzage during August. Being exposure between 10 AM and 3 PM at least twice a week to the face, arms, legs, or back uncovered without sunscreen usually lead to sufficient vitamin D synthesis. Citizens in Canada, United States of America and Northmost countries can suffer from a lack of vitamin D because of the snowy weather most of the year. But we should mention that sunbeds are not equivalent to exposing to the sun. There is a huge difference between both of them. The first one is not healthy at all.
But not only adults who need sunlight, children need to do activities and play in such conditions to help their bones’ growth. If not, bones become thin and misshapen.
Also low vitamin D status is associated with a higher risk and severity of childhood diseases and allergic diseases, including asthma and eczemae
Vitamin D is not available in a large amount of food but supplements and sunlight are geat ways to get it.