#Repost from @vidyamalavade - Building some much necessary strength.. As we grow older ,our bones start getting weaker In women the loss of bone density is almost 2% per year post 40 😱.. strength building helps in avoiding bone related issues (osteoporosis,osteopenea etc )
Also get your #VitD3 levels checked .. it’s an epidemic all over .. without vit D3 the body can’t absorb calcium or phosphorus which are the most imp components of strong bones .. #happyweekend peeps #omnamahshivaay 🙏🏼 #VitaminDDeficiency#VitaminD#Sunshine
When was the last time you enjoyed a meal outside? Fueling our bodies with healthy food is always important so we can be healthy and happy, but enjoying meals outside every now and then can make the entire experience even better! What better way to enjoy a healthy meal than to enjoy it while soaking up some #VitaminD at the same time? Being outdoors and spending time surrounded by nature allows us to feel happier and grounded. When we ground ourselves to the earth and appreciate mother nature, we can feel energized and at peace all at the same time.
Post via @drnancylin
#Repost from @dr.danielyinh - 👉🏽Sources of Vitamin D
🔎#VitaminD comes primarily from sun exposure and a few food sources.
🌞Sun exposure: researchers believe that with 5-30 minutes of unprotected sun exposure 2 x per week, one should get sufficient levels. However, for the reasons mentioned in yesterday’s post, many people do not get enough sunshine for adequate levels of Vitamin D.
🎣Food sources: #fattyfish (e.g. #salmon, tuna, mackerel), small amounts are found in organ meats such as beef liver, egg yolks, and some foods are fortified with Vitamin D like milk and yogurt.
The best food sources of #VitaminD are:
* Fish, including sardines, salmon, mackerel, tuna, cod liver oil and caviar. Wild-caught even better if you have access to it…
* Dairy products, including milk and cheese
* Egg yolks
* Mushrooms, especially shiitake
* Fortified juices and cereals 📸 Via @thehealthandwellbeingstudio