Vitamin D rich diet

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Research has made a direct connection between vitamin D levels and the risk of developing Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. While there are many environmental and behavioral factors that can lead to COPD, there are also simple vitamin and nutrient deficiencies that can also bring about such a compromised respiratory system. One of the best ways to get Vitamin D is to step out into the sunshine, but it is also available in a number of common foods that you may have in your diet, including beef liver, cheese, egg yolks and soy products. Protection Status
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