Many people suffer from bloating. It’s a condition when the stomach is like an inflated balloon. This gastrointestinal disorder is caused by too much air in the stomach, food indigestion, and food intolerance and by the growth of bacteria. Some people suffer more from bloating than others. For instance, everyone with irritable bowel syndrome (IBD) often experiences pain due to bloating.

According to a 2011 study which was published in Therapeutic Advances in Gastroenterology, vitamin D has the ability to reduce the symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). In addition, the study has also found that people with vitamin D deficiency are at higher risk of developing colon cancer. All these facts show the importance of eating more foods rich in vitamin D, which is why we will present you some such foods below.

·        Eggs

Egg yolks are full of vitamin D. Duck eggs and goose eggs contain very high amount of vitamin D, but chicken eggs also contain a solid amount of this essential vitamin.

·        Wild-Caught Salmon

Wild-Caught Salmon is rich in vitamin D. According to a study conducted by the Boston University, wild salmon contains more nutrients when compared with the farmed salmon, which is why you should always opt for the wild-caught type.

·        Mushrooms

Mushrooms that are exposed to sunlight are a fantastic source of vitamin D. By eating only three button mushrooms per day, you will get the recommended daily dose of vitamin D. Cooked mushrooms are also a good source of vitamin D because 85% of the vitamin D is retained after cooking.

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The number one source of vitamin D is the sun. 95% of the vitamin D we produce comes from exposure to the sun. It is recommended to have ten to fifteen minutes of sun exposure to the arms and legs every day.

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