Even If You Love The Sun, You May Be Low on Vitamin D.
Vitamin D, the sun vitamin. Your body actually produces this key vitamin when you're out enjoying the sweet, warm rays of the sun - playing volleyball, lounging on the beach, or running the trails. But with increased attention to sun protection, Vitamin D levels in many are beginning to plummet.
This means that although New Zealand is relatively sunny, you may be low on Vitamin D. You'll want to correct that ASAP to ensure healthy bones, a powerful immune system, and hearty cardio system.
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To correct low Vitamin D levels, adults should take up to two serving (two tablets) of Vitamin D3 per day with meals.