Up your vits

Essentials - - Well-Being -

IT’S PROVEN THAT VI­TA­MIN D CAN HELP WITH THE SYMP­TOMS OF MILD DE­PRES­SION AND SAD, AND THE BEST WAY TO GET IT IS THROUGH DI­RECT EX­PO­SURE TO SUN­LIGHT ON THE SKIN. HOW­EVER, DUR­ING THE WIN­TER, WHEN THE SUN DEF­I­NITELY DOES NOT HAVE HIS HAT ON, WE COULD ALL BEN­E­FIT FROM AN EX­TRA BOOST. ‘ALTHOUGH YOU CAN GET SOME VI­TA­MIN D FROM FOODS SUCH AS BUT­TER AND OILY FISH,’ SAYS NU­TRI­TION­IST CAS­SAN­DRA BURNS, ‘MAKE SURE YOU TAKE A SUP­PLE­MENT, TOO, SUCH AS ONCE A DAY SUN­SHINE D (£5.24, QNUTRAPHARMA.COM).’

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