In a German study of 1,079 older adults, 52 percent were low in vitamin D and 27 percent were low in vitamin B12.

What may help?  Foods high in vitamin D (salmon, sardines, canned tuna, fortified dairy) plus a few minutes of sunshine per day, and foods rich in B12 (eggs, dairy, fish, fortified breakfast cereals).

Source: Consumer Reports on Health April 2018 Nutrients, Nov. 23, 2017

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