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Eat Your Vitamin D

Look to these 7 sources when there’s just not enough sun.

(technically a hormone) has become one of the most-researched nutrients: Not only is it critical for bone health, cell growth, immune function and other processes, it may also play a role in preventing inflammation and protecting against several forms of cancer. There’s some controversy around how much you should get: While the recommended daily value (DV) for vitamin D was recently updated to 600 IU per day for adults, some studies suggest a higher intake (as much as 4,000 IU per day) is needed to maintain optimal blood levels. Your body produces vitamin D when UV rays from the sun hit your skin, but during the winter and in northern climates, you may not get enough. Because it’s naturally present in very

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