Vitamin D deficiency: Three major warning signs on your skin – when to take supplements


    “If your doctor has recommended you take a different amount of vitamin D, you should follow their advice,” the NHS adds.

    The health body adds that reports about vitamin D reducing the risk of coronavirus are not backed by enough evidence to know if this is the case.

    “There is currently not enough evidence to support taking vitamin D solely to prevent or treat COVID-19,” it says.

    In April 2020, the NHS issued a statement, based on recommendations from Public Health England (PHE), that we should all consider taking 10 mcg/day vitamin D as a supplement, to keep our bones and muscles healthy.


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