#6. Vitamin D
Vitamin D promotes calcium intake and good bone health. Research suggests that it can also reduce the risk of incontinence. Women 20 years and older who had vitamin D levels that were in a normal range were less likely to have any type of pelvic floor disorder, including incontinence. Unfortunately, many women are short on the sunshine vitamin. Be sure to meet your daily requirement (600 IU of vitamin D a day for women) with fortified milk, eggs, and fish.