Dinners Rich in Vitamin D

Recent research shows that consumption of Vitamin D may be beneficial in preventing osteoporosis, high blood pressure and cancer -- yet millions of children and adults aren't getting enough, and many of them have serious deficiencies.

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Grilled Tuna with Smashed Potatoes

Charles Schiller

Grilled Tuna with Smashed Potatoes

Oily fish, such as fresh tuna and sardines, is rich in vitamin D. Served once a week, beautiful, fresh tuna steaks are a great way to acquire more vitamin D.

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Pork Chops with Red Cabbage

James Baigrie

Pork Chops with Red Cabbage

Pork is an unexpected source of Vitamin D that your whole family will be glad to eat. We serve our chops with a hefty serving of a red cabbage slaw on the side, for a wholesome and healthy dinner.

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Easy Salmon and Bok Choy

James Baigrie

Easy Salmon and Bok Choy

Salmon is a Vitamin D powerhouse -- boasting a far higher content than any other food. This fresh, super-healthy meal includes a side of bok choy, a veggie with its own wealth of nutrients and health benefits.

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Greek Meatloaf

David Prince

Greek Meatloaf

Made with lean ground beef and flavorful Greek spices, this is a healthy twist on meatloaf that is also rich in several nutrients like iron and vitamin D. We recommend serving along with your favorite vegetable side dish for a complete meal.

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Shrimp Scampi

Charles Schiller

Shrimp Scampi

Like oily fish, shrimp is also a good source of vitamin D. We lightened up this classically heavy dish by cutting back on the butter in our sauce and using fresh herbs. It makes for the perfect weeknight meal!

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