Vitamin D

Welcome to your assessment about Vitamin D

I work indoors.
I hardly ever go out in the sun.
I wear sun block most of the time.
I have seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or the winter blues.
I have dark skin (any race other than Caucasian).
I am sixty years old or older.
I don’t eat small fatty fish such as mackerel, herring, sardines (the main sources of dietary vitamin D).
My muscles are sore or weak.
My bones are tender. (Press on your shin bone — if it hurts, you are vitamin D deficient.
I have osteoarthritis. (Vitamin D deficiency weakens bones and leads to deterioration.)
I have osteoporosis.
I have broken more than two bones or fractured a hip.
My mental sharpness and/or memory are not what they used to be.
I have an autoimmune disease (e.g., multiple sclerosis).
I seem to have more infections than most people I know.
I have prostate cancer.

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