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January 13, 2011


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Tobi Fistcher

For me, there's nothing wrong with absorbing vitamin D from the sun, as long as it takes place in the early morning (6 - 9am). That's when UV rays are not at their peak, unlike at high noon. You can also use sunscreen just to protect yourself.

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