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(VIDEO) Where Can I Get Vitamin D?

The number one source for getting Vitamin D is from direct sunlight. This is easy to do in warmer months, but what about during Winter or overcast days? How does one get their daily dose of this essential nutrient?
Purdue University's Agriculture Department produced a short video on this subject that I believe you will find to be quite informative. Feel free to comment. Check it out below and remember to share with friends and family & on your favorite social sites.

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germayn said…
Interesting video.
Kurt M said…
Thanks for commenting, germayn!

I was referred to this video through my AllTop page & I decided to share it with you guys. I have seen videos like this one in the past and when I got this referred to me, I posted it ASAP.

Thanks again for commenting!
cierramgirl said…
Excellent video! I didn't know vitamin D3 can help your skin. I am making a list of all the suggested foods mentioned in the video. Thanks for posting!
Kurt M said…
Thank you for commenting, cierramgirl!

Vitamin D (in all its natural variations) is extremely important to skin, hair, and nail health. As it was mentioned by Professor Fleet in the video, the best resource for Vitamin D is through sunlight. This is a bit more difficult to obtain during Fall and Winter seasons. This is why it is vital to get foods that are abundant in this nutrient. Your list will go a long way toward that goal.

Thanks again for commenting!

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