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being overweight and vitamin D levels
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John Burns
Posted 5/21/2021 10:47 (#9017050 - in reply to #9016859)
Subject: RE: too much D?



Pittsburg, Kansas
If a person gets good sun exposure in summer I see no need for supplementation. Vitamin D is stored in fat cells and that storage is what is supposed to take us through the winter. The winter and early spring is the problematic time period. When D stores run low. One doctor claimed there is not a flu season, just a low vitamin D season.

Obese people people need a lot more D and are, oddly enough, more likely to be D deficient. Another strike against obesity when it comes to covid.

We have tried numerous supplements as experiments but found most we could not see a direct benefit.

Edited by John Burns 5/21/2021 10:53
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