Quick Sources for Vitamins C, D, B and E

Marcia Nelson's Blog

I am writing this in response to an article I posted on my Facebook page from the New York Times titled

Nutrition: 4 Vitamins That Strengthen Older Brains.

The 4 vitamins that are good for the aging brain are B, C, D, E, along with Omega 3 Fatty acids.  One person commented: So where do I get these vitamins?  Without going in to the benefits of the vitamins, here are some common and easy to find sources for D, C, B and E.

I always like to get vitamins and minerals straight from their source:  whole foods.  The reason for this is you’re getting your vitamins and minerals and at the same time reaping the benefits, though still in the early stages of research, of polyphenols and antioxidants.  Other benefits from whole foods are fiber, taste, beauty, and maybe even some things we haven’t discovered yet.  However, in some…

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