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Fitness / 21.12.2018

[ad_1] Vitamin D is crucial for the body, as it helps to keep your bones, teeth and muscles healthy, according to the NHS.Without enough vitamin D, it’s difficult to regulate the amount of calcium or phosphate in the body.A severe lack of the vitamin may even lead to bone deformities, rickets, or osteomalacia.But you could lower your chances of a vitamin D deficiency by eating more mushrooms, it’s been claimed.Certain types of mushrooms could be helping you to avoid a vitamin D deficiency, said medical website Everyday Health.Some are treated...

Fitness / 21.12.2018

[ad_1] Vickie Sandilands feared she would never have a family when doctors warned she had 'more chance of winning the lottery' than ever becoming pregnant.The 33-year-old, from Guisborough, North Yorkshire, was almost rendered infertile after undergoing chemotherapy to treat her breast cancer.But she defied the huge odds and gave birth to natural twins, called Ella-Rose and Sebastian, two years after finishing her gruelling treatment. They celebrated their first birthday this week.Scroll down for video  ...