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  1. Arti says:

    a few babies are born with low levels of vitamin D and a few do not get enough in breast milk; this can result in fits or rickets. You will make more in the middle of the day, when the sun is strongest. Vitamin D works with calcium and phosphorus for healthy bones, muscles and teeth. The amount of vitamin D you make depends on how strong the sunlight is. You will also make more when you are in direct sunlight than in the shade or on a cloudy day. Vitamin D is also important in protecting muscle strength and preventing rickets, osteomalacia and falls.

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