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Let The Sun Rise Your Health Quotient

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The exposure time depends on various factors like skin colour, time of exposure and weather conditions.

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Despite India being a tropical country with plenty of sun all year long, more than 70 % of the population is afflicted with vitamin D deficiency or insufficiency. So what exactly is this vitamin and how does it impact our health?

The Sunshine Vitamin.

The term “vitamin D” refers to compounds vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) or vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol). There are two main ways to get vitamin D - one is by exposure to sunlight and the other by way of supplements as foods cannot provide enough amounts of vitamin D that the body needs. Vitamin D3 is produced in the skin on exposure to sunlight. The sun rays themselves do not contain vitamin D; the skin that is penetrated by specific ultraviolet rays - ultraviolet B, works to synthesize the sun’s energy into vitamin D. When UVB rays hit your skin, a chemical reaction happens which forces the body to convert a prohormone in the skin into vitamin D.

How Much Time Is Needed In The Sun?

The exposure time depends on various factors like skin colour, time of exposure and weather conditions. Typically, light skinned people need far less time in the sun than dark skinned ones. For fair skinned people, it could be as less as ten minutes and for dark skinned, it could be even 45 minutes to an hour. The best time to be in the sun for vitamin D production is between 10 a.m and 2 p.m.

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