Vitamin D and staying at home

During the outbreak and with the advise for staying at home, there has been concerns of Vitamin D intake

Although this can be found in food, we get a great amount from sunlight. Due to us staying at home, it would be ideal to take a vitamin supplement, 

More information can be found on the NHS website



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  1. Thanks for the awesome info, I know a little about vitamin D, but i never taught that i need it since i am all day in the house during the Corona.

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    1. You are welcome Rita146 , glad you found it useful!

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  2. Vitamin D is an extremely important vitamin that has powerful effects on several systems throughout your body, I think people aren't talking enough about this topic since isolation started. Thanks for pointing it out.

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    1. You are welcome Aida ! I think I am going to do a lengthy post on this

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  3. It's also found in certain foods such as fatty fish and fortified dairy products, though it's very difficult to get enough from diet alone. But since we are not able to get it from sun, it is a nice alternative.

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  4. Is it safe to take vitamins when you don't know are you deficient or not? I would like to take vitamin D pills, since i have a really light skin and i burn whenever i go out.

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    1. Personally I wouldn't recommend Vitamin D tablets unless due to various changes, i.e pregnancy, but nothing wrong with deciding to take a multivitamin, there is no harm, however please note that this DOES NOT REPLACE food, still important to consume wide variety of foods from the eatwell plate.

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