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Question: What to do for vitamin d deficiency?any food that i should particulary eat?

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Answer: Vitamin D exists in two forms: ergocalciferol, or D-2, and cholecalciferol, or D-3. Your skin produces vitamin D-3 when exposed to ultraviolet B radiation from the sun. Exposure of your arms, legs or back for five to 30 minutes between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Vitamin D, in the form of both D-2 and D-3, is found naturally in some foods. The best natural food sources of vitamin D are oily fish, including mackerel, halibut, salmon, tuna and rainbow trout. Cod liver oil is an excellent source, providing 1,360 international units of vitamin D in 1 tablespoon. Mushrooms, including maitake and portobella, are a good sources of vitamin D, especially when they have been exposed to ultraviolet light. Egg yolks and cheese also provide small amounts of the vitamin.
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