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  1. Arti says:

    Ninety per cent of vitamin D is made from sunlight exposure directly on to the skin (not through glass). This often makes it hard to get enough sun to make vitamin D. Skin cancer due to sun exposure is a concern in Australia, however following advice in the above table should not put you at undue risk. Your doctor can order a blood test. Stay out of direct sunlight in the middle of the day and don’t stay in the sun long enough for your skin to become reddened. People who are vitamin D deficient are at risk of having softer bones that are prone to breaking. Muscles can be weak and sore in severe deficiency. To prevent getting low vitamin D levels you need sun exposure to bare skin and, if necessary, to take a vitamin D supplement. To prevent getting low vitamin D levels you need sun exposure to bare skin and, if necessary, to take a vitamin

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