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    Can I fix my low vitamin D levels by eating lots of mushrooms and drinking lots of milk?

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    Vaibhav Kumar

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    Vitamin D By Sun Exposure

    The vitamin is produced when a body is exposed to the sunshine and the amount of its production depends upon the various factors. The factors include season such as if there is a winter season, then there will be less sunshine, and the time of the day like sun rays are powerful between 10 am to 3 pm, and the amount of air pollution where you lives.

    It is the ultraviolet light in sunlight that is responsible for the vitamin's production.

    Vitamin D By Food Sources

    Some of the best sources of this vitamin are cold liver oil, swordfish, salmon, orange juice fortified with vitamin D, yogurt, milk, liver, beef, egg yolk and cereals etc.

    Mushrooms - The power of mushrooms will leave you astounded. Include them in your diet four times a week and watch your Vitamin D levels shoot up. They can be cooked, baked or pan fried and turned into a tasty and healthy delight. In order to reap more benefits you can sun dry them before consumption. Mushrooms can naturally produce Vitamin D when exposed to sunlight

    Egg yolk is back in vogue and this time it's here to stay. Since the vitamin D in an egg comes from its yolk, it's important to use the whole egg--not just the whites. So bid farewell to the egg white craze and indulge in the most nutritious part of the egg