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Magnesium and Vitamin D
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Katarina,

Your suspicions are correct. I've written a page about it on the Magnesium and Vitamin D page here.


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vit D
by: star

You cant get too much vitamin D if you get outside and get sunshine for at least 10 mins a day ...

You Can Get too Little
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Star,

While your statement is true, the vast majority of people don't get enough Vitamin D and 10 minutes of sun is just simply not going to be enough for most people. Please read my Vitamin D and Sun page, especially the link to the study of people living in Hawaii that got 20 HOURS a week of sun exposure and were still vitamin d deficient.

And for those who don't live in Hawaii, please read my page on Vitamin D in Winter where you'll learn that if you live north of 37 degrees latitude (approximately San Francisco or Boston) then you will get virtually no vitamin d from sun from October to March.

And for those who are elderly or dark-skinned, 10 minutes in direct sun even in the hot summer may get them almost nothing. So, saying '10 minutes in the sun' doesn't account for a HUGE variety of factors that can affect vitamin d production.



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