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#WorldVitaminDDay – Every year on 2 November, the World Vitamin D Day is observed to remind us about the importance of Vitamin D.

Observed, not “celebrated”, because 90% of us has no reason to celebrate our levels of vitamin D. We do, however, have a lot of reasons to observe our Vitamin D, not one day a year but 364 (you can have one day off).

Increased urbanisation and indoor lifestyles have brought back old diseases and fail to prevent or heal new the way nature intended it, by exposing your skin to UVB-light.

Enlightened people know how to avoid the relentless anti-sunbed campaigns and gather their own information about how to use the oldest and most efficient healing and prophylactic source to improve their health, mood and life, Are you one of those who see through the sun-scare and have learned how to embrace the sun?

Not only on #WorldVitaminDDay on November 2nd but all year round.

In the video below, I describe how I spend #WorldVitaminDDay

Go to (from where I got the featured image to this post) for more information about World Vitamin D Day and about Vitamin D in general.

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