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ALL ABOUT VITAMIN D

‘THE REALITY IS THAT WE’RE NOT OUTSIDE ALL THAT MUCH ANY LONGER. AND WHEN WE DO GET SOME SUN, WE EITHER GET TOO LITTLE (DUE TO THE TIME OF YEAR) OR TOO MUCH, SO THAT WE BURN.’

There’s been an enormous amount of research into vitamin D over the past decade or so, and with good reason. In fact, it has emerged as the nutrient of the decade. The ‘sunshine vitamin’ has plenty of health benefits that we cannot ignore, especially when it comes to reducing the risk of serious disease: from bone diseases, diabetes, bacterial and viral infectious diseases, many types of cancer and autoimmune diseases to multiple sclerosis and cognitive and neurological diseases.

One of the most exciting findings concerning vitamin D is the effect it has on our bones, across all ages. While

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