In 2012, in partnership with the UK Health Department the government released guidelines on increasing vitamin D intake, with a specific focus on “at risk” groups.
So, who would we define as “being at risk?” and in need of supplements?
These groups include:
People over the age of 65
Infants under the age of 4
People who have low or no exposure to sunlight
People with darker skin
Those on special diets, such as those avoiding nuts, fish or dairy
What exactly is Vitamin D?
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