Good Sources of Vitamin D
Good sources of vitamin D include getting plenty of sunlight, maintaining healthy cholesterol levels and eating fat from animal sources. Include organ meat, butter fat and egg yolks in a diet for vitamin D with advice from a nutritionist and herbalist in this free video on nutrition.
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Hi, my name is Charlotte Skiles. I'm a Nutrition Consultant and Clinical Herbalist with Eat in Peace Wellness Consulting located in Austin, Texas. And today I'm going to talk to you about good sources of Vitamin D. Now the best source of Vitamin D is the sunlight. If you can get out at noon when the sun is at its highest point for fifteen to twenty minutes, with this little clothes on as possible, you will make a really healthy amount of Vitamin D from the sun. Now the key here is that, Vitamin D actually comes from, or part of the process here is cholesterols involve; so healthy cholesterol level, good sun equals good Vitamin D. Now the dietary sources here, Vitamin D is only found in animal foods; so, particularly the fat 'cause Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin. So you can get it in organ meats, you can get it in butter fat, you can get it in animals who are eating what they're design to eat, green grass and what not; that deep dark color, that deep dark bright egg yolk that you can get or even a butter that's got a nice orange color that hasn't had things added to it, can be beautiful sources of Vitamin D. And so that's what I have to say about where to get your Vitamin D.