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Vitamin D plays a crucial role in:
Ideally, check existing vitamin D levels first.
Natural sunlight is a significant contributor, but factors such as geographic location, skin color, and sunscreen use can impact synthesis.
Foods that contain Vitamin D:
It is essential to test blood (serum) levels to determine deficiency or sufficiency accurately.
Certain groups are at higher risk of vitamin D deficiency:
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