Is There Such a Thing As Too Much Vitamin D?
- Take 2,000 IUs of vitamin D per day.
- Primary food sources of vitamin D are fortified milk and fish liver oil.
- Get at least 20 minutes per day of mid-day sun.
- Avoid the use of sunblocks, which hamper the skin’s production of vitamin D while they also contain many suspect and potentially carcinogenic ingredients. If you feel the need to protect your face, just wear a wide-brimmed hat or a special UV sun mask.
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