Vitamin D rich diet

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Many studies have been done on depression, and one of the most surprising findings is that vitamin D deficiency is commonly linked to lowered mood for extended periods of time. The main source of vitamin D is actually sunlight, so it comes as no surprise that depression is more common in places where the sun doesn’t shine as long during certain seasons. However, there are other ways to get vitamin D into your system, including the consumption of salmon, soy milk, beef, cheese and egg yolks. That being said, if you’re feeling blue and live in a place where the sun is shining, step outside and get your vitamin D! Protection Status
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