Vitamin D rich diet

by Meenakshi Nagdeve last updated -

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In recent years, there has been increasing evidence that low levels of vitamin D are closely linked to autism. Since many believe that autism is a condition of neuro-inflammation, anything that can help lower general bodily inflammation would be useful. That is one of vitamin D’s most important functions; it inhibits the production of certain pro-inflammatory compounds in the body, such as prostaglandins, which are notably higher in those suffering from autism. Foods high in vitamin D include milk, yogurt, cod liver oil, cheese, and egg yolks. Protection Status
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Meenakshi Nagdeve, Co-Founder, Organic Facts is a health and wellness enthusiast and is responsible for managing it. She has completed the Nutrition And Healthy Living Cornell Certificate Program, Cornell University, US. She holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from IIM Bangalore and B. Tech in Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science from IIT Bombay. Prior to this, she worked for a few years in IT and Financial services. An ardent follower of naturopathy, she believes in healing with foods. In her free time, she loves to travel and taste different types of teas.

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