Weight Loss Tip: Make sure you are getting plenty of vitamin D in your diet. Vitamin D deficiencies have been linked to diabetes, high blood pressure, chronic pain, depression, cancer and a number of other illnesses. Foods rich in vitamin D include milk, cod liver oil, fish and liver. If none of these foods appeal to you, try taking a supplement to get your daily dose, instead.
We think of fruit as a low-calorie and healthy food, eating it for snacks and even instead of dinner. However, many of them contain as much as chocolate!
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