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Can just one vitamin protect you from disease? It may well, say scientists

by , 23 February 2015

The root of all disease is inflammation.

When your body isn't able to turn the inflammatory responses off anymore, it starts damaging all your tissues instead of helping them initiate repair.

Now, the best thing to do to stop inflammation from leaving you with disease, is clearly to try and prevent it in the first place.

And researchers have found just the thing…

Here’s how just one vitamin can help you take back control of your health

When scientists looked into the vitamin deficiencies in patients with chronic inflammation, they found something very interesting.
Not only were patients with chronic inflammation at a high risk of having a vitamin D deficiency, but when they started giving their patients large quantities of vitamin D, their symptoms appeared to alleviate significantly and some even disappeared.The health benefits of vitamin D
And it’s because of one compound in vitamin D that literally stops inflammation in its tracks.
And that’s why it’s so important to get enough vitamin D in your diet!
The problem is, not many foods contain vitamin D
Here’s a list of the ones that do, so you can include them in your every day diet.
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Eat these vitamin D containing foods to keep inflammation at bay

#1. Fish: Eat fatty fish to improve your health. And it doesn’t only contain good quality vitamin D, it’ll provide your body with inflammation-fighting omega fatty acids too.
Wild salmon, mackerel, tuna and herring are the best fish for your health.
And it’s not only fresh you need to eat. Tinned tuna is also great for boosting your overall health.
#2. Mushrooms: Just like your skin, the mushroom flesh exposed to the sun makes vitamin D. That means, when you eat mushrooms, they provide you with good quality vitamin D.
Just make sure you aren’t relying on the types manufacturers grow in the dark or out of the sun.
Usually, Portobello mushrooms grow in the sun, so choose these over other varieties to increase your vitamin D intake.
#3. Milk: Most milk brands contain vitamin D. And manufacturers add it to increase milk’s health benefits.
But not all brands do this, so be sure to check the labels before purchase.
Also, soy milk and rice milk may have fortified vitamin D. Read the labels in this case too!
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#4. Orange juice: Just like milk, manufacturers add vitamin D to orange juice.
But drinking too much could leave your health at risk. So be sure to choose those that contain little to no sugar and without preservatives and additives.
There you have it! Changing your diet is the best way to get all the vitamins and minerals you need.
Make sure you eat enough of the foods listed above to keep inflammation from robbing you of your health and leaving you with disease.
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  2. http://admin.peamailer.com/t/r-l-qjitjhk-iybjtiihi-s/
  3. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25048990
  4. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/01/02/vitamin-d-deficiency-depression.aspx

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