5. Healthier heart
Do heart problems run in your family? If so, you might be interested to know people with the lowest levels of vitamin D had an 81% increased potential to die from heart disease, 64% greater risk of heart attacks, and 57% higher chance of early death than those with the highest vitamin D levels, according to a Copenhagen University Hospital study. Add vitamin D-rich foods and beverages such as salmon and milk to your grocery list to better your odds.
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