Why we should spend more time in the sun😎

Ashley Toombes
Ashley Toombes

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I just thought I would share a few key points on what we experience when we’re out and about in this beautiful climate we live in. I don’t know about you but I miss out on many of these benefits working inside. I challenge you to get out there over the next 2 days and let me know how you feel! The sun is out friend not our enemy if approached smartly! Slip, slop, slap!

🌞 Improves heart health (low levels of vitamin D can cause heart disease, prostate cancer& dementia) 🌞Sunshine can improve mood 🌞Sunlight helps stimulate the body’s production of Vitamin D 🌞Can help maintain the efficiency of the human eye 🌞 Weak bones, lack of calcium and various skin and hair issues are triggered by Vitamin D deficiency 🌞 experts agree that an ideal range for vitamin D in healthy individuals is between 1,000 and 2,000 IU daily. This is the equivalent of about 20 to 30 minutes of sun exposure (without sunscreen) three times a week if you have fair skin

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