Even with exposure in the summer sun, vitamin D deficiency is increasingly common among adults, some estimates site over 40% of the population. Bone pain and muscle weakness are symptoms but often there are no overt signs.
No one is foolish enough to suggest that you give up your sunblock. In fact, it’s more important that ever to use a broad spectrum product with a SPF of 30 or higher.
So what can you do to get enough of the essential vitamin D?
Fatty fish (wild caught salmon, tuna, mackerel), egg yolks, natural dairy products, and beef liver are some food sources at the top of the list but many experts recommend adding a high quality supplement and there is none better than the all-food, natural D Complex from Food Research.