Malaysians still have low levels of vitamin D despite abundance of sunlight

At least 30% of your skin surface should be exposed under the sun to absorb vitamin D, with the most practical area being your back. — Filepic

"Ô, Sunlight! The most precious gold to be found on earth.” – Roman Payne, exiled American novelist

A little daily dose of this freely available “gold” does wonders for our general wellbeing and is essential for vitamin D production.

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