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SUNSHINE BOOST

From March to September, we usually get enough vitamin D from the spring/summer sunshine – the body creates it from direct sunlight on the skin when outside. But as we’re all staying indoors more during lockdown, our exposure to natural sunlight is diminished.

Vitamin D is essential for healthy bones, teeth and muscles; it helps regulate the amount of calcium in the body. Harley Street nutritionist Kim Pearson says that “ensuring your vitamin D status is optimised helps to keep you well, support your immune health and prevent deficiency symptoms – including fatigue, low

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