Click Here To Find Out MoreVitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that prevents rickets in children, maintains bone density in adults, may inhibit certain cancers such as non-Hodgkin’s lym­phoma and possibly lessens the risk of diseases such as multiple sclerosis.

There is an ongoing debate in the medical community that daily sun exposure is critical for production of adequate vitamin D. It is true that sunlight stimulates the production of vitamin D; however, the Skin Cancer Foundation recommends that you get your daily value of vitamin D from non-sun sources, such as vitamin D–fortified milk, orange juice, salmon and other fatty fishes or a multivitamin containing at least 1000 interna­tional units of vitamin D3daily.

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