Sunshine for Your Vitamin D Maybe Not So Easy

Vitamin D is also called the sunshine vitamin, and for good reason. When the suns ultraviolet (UV) rays hit our skin vitamin D is produced. Experts have for years been recommending 15-30 minutes of unprotected sun exposure to help people obtain adequate levels of vitamin D. However, these recommendations dont take a number of factors into account, and the amount of sun exposure time needed to generate sufficient vitamin D might be much longer, increasing the risk of skin cancer. Your best bet? A daily vitamin D supplement. Read More

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Sunshine for Your Vitamin D Maybe Not So Easy

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