Getting Vitamin D From Actual Sunlight
I'm just curious as to how much sunlight we should actually be exposed to daily in order to get the amount of recommended vitamin D? I'm no stranger to supplementation and I make sure I get the right amount of a lot of nutrients, but I also believe in the natural, non-supplemental ways as well.
I've heard at least 30 minutes of sunlight at least during the winter months daily, but
1.) The weather doesn't always cooperate and
2.) this seems to be a very minimum amount for the winter months.
Thanks for your time!