Farmers and those who take regular foreign vacations may have a lower risk of vitamin D deficiency

Posted on: May 20, 2016   by  Vitamin D Council

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Researchers at the University of Edinburgh measured the vitamin D levels of nearly 2000 people in Orkney. They discovered that the highest vitamin D levels were seen in farmers and people over 60 years of age who take regular foreign vacations.

Science Daily covered the study in a recent article. Click here to read.

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