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Does the lack of sunshine during the winter have you dragging your feet and not feeling your best? If so, you may have a Vitamin D deficiency. Not only does the sun put a little spring in our step, but it also is converted naturally to Vitamin D in our bodies. With the lack of sunshine in the northern part of the country, you will want to get these Vitamin D-rich foods into your diet. Not only will you feel better, but your mood will improve, too!
Fatty fish are the best source of Vitamin D. Try incorporating one of these into your dinner weekly. A 3.5 oz. fillet provides the following percent based on the USDA recommendation of 600 IU/day:
Here is a healthy Grow Fit-approved recipe that uses salmon!
Maple Crusted Salmon
If seafood isn’t your thing, you can also get Vitamin D through these choices. (Although they won’t pack as big of punch.)