Vitamin D-Rich Foods: 5 Interesting Ways to Add Vitamin D to Your Winter Food (Do Not Eat Inside)

While sunlight is the most powerful source of vitamin D, for those who avoid getting out of the house in this epidemic, you can load up on a variety of foods to get your daily vitamin D-fix.

 Vitamin D-Rich Foods: 5 Interesting Ways to Add Vitamin D to Your Winter Food (Do Not Eat Inside)


The importance of vitamin D is no secret in the world. Vitamin-soluble vitamin, this essential nutrient, is essential for the proper functioning of the body. It plays a major role in cell growth, in strengthening bones and teeth, in managing diabetes and more. Vitamin D also helps to absorb calcium and phosphorus in a diet that promotes overall nutrition. Its deficiency often leads to heart-related diseases, respiratory problems, high blood pressure, and more. 



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And in the ongoing Coronavirus epidemic, proper intake of vitamin D is essential for strengthening the immune system and preventing viral infections. In fact, a study, published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, found that more than 80 percent of people affected by Covid-19 suffer from a lack of vitamin D. Therefore, experts around the world are suppressing proper nutritional supplementation that can further reduce -COVID-19.


Unchanged, strong antibodies protect us from rebellion, cold, flu, and other seasonal diseases.

While sunlight is the most powerful source of vitamin D, for those who avoid getting out of the house in this epidemic, you can load up on a variety of foods to get your daily vitamin D-fix. Other sources of vitamin D are egg yolks, milk, yoghurt, mushrooms, fatty fish etc.


When we look at all the factors, we have found interesting ways to add vitamin D to your diet during the winter. Let's take a look!



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Here are 5 ways to add Vitamin D to your winter diet (recipes):

Orange Boost (Shake)

Winter has arrived and our fruit baskets are loaded with delicious oranges and water. A storehouse of vitamins C and D, this annual fruit has many health benefits. Keeping that in mind, we bring you a recipe for a refreshing orange drink that also incorporates the beauty of a carrot in it.


Cream Of Broccoli Mushroom Soup

Better than enjoying a warm soup on a cold winter evening! A delicious nutritious dish not only soothes our soul but also provides us with several essential nutrients for life. We found a vitamin D-loaded mushroom recipe that included healthy ingredients such as broccoli, black peppercorn etc.


Masala Turmeric Milk (Masala Haldi Doodh)

Haldi doodh does not require a separate import. A treasure trove of healthy ingredients, this mixture has been a home remedy for several health problems over the years. Taking its benefits a step further, here is a masmur milk drink that will give you your daily dose of vitamin D.


Fully Loaded Eggs Fritata

It would not be an exaggeration to say that eggs are a great friend of man. They are simple, easy to make and have a strong nutritional profile. While egg whites are known to be high in protein, coconut is a storehouse of vitamin D. So, here is a meat and veggie-filled egg dish that you can make for a healthy meal at any time of the day.


Almond And Spinach Smoothie

Smoothie (made with milk or yogurt) is often regarded as one of the best sources of vitamin D. Packed with fruits, veggies and nuts, this drink can be part of your daily diet that provides vitamin D. Here is a smoothie recipe for you that includes winter vegetables like spinach and healthy nuts can keep you warm and nourished this season.

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