Vitamin D rich diet

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Vitamin D is commonly overlooked as an essential vitamin for our overall health, but a clear link has been found between vitamin D deficiency and hyperthyroidism. Therefore, if you want to prevent the fatigue, bone mineral density loss, cardiovascular complications and hormonal imbalances of hyperthyroidism, ensuring you get enough vitamin D is a good preventative measure. Vitamin D is made by our skin when it is exposed to sunlight, so you’ll have to step outside and soak up some natural light. If that isn’t possible, foods high in vitamin D include cheese, tuna, eggs and orange juice.

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