As always check in three months and once a year. Only by testing does one know where you are. One more caveat. He suggest you get your vitamin D from the sun if at all possible as it is a preferred method of making vitamin d. I agree, but again I have a couple of caveats. If you are 60 years old or older it takes at least 3 times the amount of exposure to get the same amount of vitamin D that you did at age 30. However, you will still burn as easily. So supplementation must be done if you are to get a significant rise in blood levels. Burning of the skin is always to be avoided. I might add also that this website sells sun lamps. Need I say more.
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