Research Studies show moderate UV exposure boosts Vitamin D Levels which can help protect against:
• Heart disease
• Internal cancers
• Low-bone density
With spring finally here after the long, dreary winter, there’s a good reason to make the most of the early sunshine, aside from the sheer pleasure of feeling it on the skin: to boost the body’s supplies of vitamin D, at low levels in many people by the end of the winter months.
Dubbed the ‘sunshine vitamin’ since our bodies can only make it when the skin is exposed to UVB rays, vitamin D is increasingly thought by researchers to have crucial health benefits including a lower risk of chronic disease.