8 Vitamin D-rich foods you should be eating (PHOTOS)
Well, there's good and bad news in the Vitamin D department. The bad news is that a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that taking a Vitamin D supplement isn't going to stop you from catching a cold, unlike it was previously thought.
However, the good news is that Vitamin D is still VERY important for your overall health so there's absolutely no reason to stop having it! You don't necessarily need a Vitamin D supplement to keep up your bone strength, but you DO need more sunlight and some of these Vitamin D-rich foods! Maybe it won't help cure the common cold, but it's still helping to keep your bones nice and strong, so indulge today!
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Salmon & Tuna
Salmon has the most Vitamin D of any other food, and wild salmon has more than the farmed kind. Tuna, even canned tuna (especially light tuna packed in water) has a ton of Vitamin D as well. So why not serve up some delicious salmon or tuna tacos for dinner tonight?