3. Eggs

One large egg contains about 40 IU of vitamin D, but when added to other foods and supplements, it can help increase vitamin D levels. These high-protein bites are a nutritional powerhouse, packing riboflavin, vitamin B12, phosphorus, and selenium. Eggs also contain choline, an essential nutrient of which many people don't get enough. Choline deficiency can lead to memory loss, cognitive issues, liver problems, and nerve damage.


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