An EU-funded project providing the first internationally comparable data has found that an estimated 1 in 8 (13%) of the EU population are vitamin D deficient.
With the summer coming to and end temperature dropping, we are entering the time when our bodies become more susceptible to germs and we all start to pick up viruses that are going around. The best way to prevent the winter cold is to keep healthy. With reduced vitamin D from the sun and the tendency to eat heavier meals in the winter, the amount of vitamins in our diets can drop. Here is our tip to keeping those levels up and the best way to obtain them. Continue reading