What to Eat for More Vitamin D This Winter

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Having healthy levels of vitamin D can lead to stronger bones and can even support our brains. Dietician and nutritionist Keri Glassman shares foods that are high in vitamin D like wild salmon canned sardines, tuna and free-range eggs. Plus, there are fortified foods like cereal, orange juice and most cow’s milk.

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