Shorter days with less sunlight can lead to vitamin D deficiency

KSHBPublished: November 16, 2017
Published: November 16, 2017

This time of the year you might feel a little more fatigued and it’s more than just adjusting to the time change. Shorter days means less sunlight, which can lead to vitamin D deficiency. There are plenty of sources which you can get vitamin D from, including dairy, fish, daily multivitamins, and vitamin D supplements. The easiest and healthiest way to make sure you’re getting enough sun? Dr. Frisco recommends a ten-minute afternoon walk outside.

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