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5 signs you could be low in vitamin D
A lack of sunshine during the Great British Winter isn't just problematic for your skin (patchy dry spots anyone?) or for your tolerance of others on the tube.
It can also be responsible for long-term health problems such as a vitamin deficiency, which can lead to bigger problems later on.
According to national surveys, a fifth of adults in the UK have a vitamin D deficiency, and if that's not a sign to go on holiday, what is?
Also known as the 'sunshine vitamin', as it is best absorbed through the skin from exposure to sunlight, vitamin D is essential for calcium absorption and for strong bones as we age. Oh, and science shows this affects women in particular as our bones degrade quicker than men's. Also brilliant news.
Video: 5 SIGNS YOU'RE NOT GETTING ENOUGH VITAMINS
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