Vitamin D Could Reduce the Risk of Colds and Flu

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Supplementing with vitamin D could reduce the risk of contracting colds or the flu by about 12 percent, a new meta-analysis finds:

Vitamin D is important for our immune system and bone health – and many people (especially in the North) may be deficient since we’re not getting enough sunlight on our skin (the main source). Taking a supplement could be a cheap way to err on the safe side and ensure that you’re getting enough.

What do you think? Are you supplementing with vitamin D or just making sure that you’re spending enough time in the sun?

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