My cousin and his wife just returned to New York after 8 years in London and are THRILLED to be here solely because of the weather.
Y'all should come to Texas for the summer. Some days in July seem to go like this:
5 minutes outside - adequate Vitamin D
10 minutes outside - sunburn
15 minutes outside - heatstroke
20 minutes outside - death by incineration
Y'all would love it!
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Last edited by chronyx; 06-05-2013 at 03:46 PM.
Well, not so much a rant, but we're in a same but different boat here in the South. The projected weather for the next eight days is in the low to high 90s. I don't go out much in that. I get a whole lot more sun September through April than I do May through August. And I'm thinking my a/c doesn't give off much VitD.
But I take high doses of VitD mostly because I've noticed that if I'm a slacker about it, I get moody and even more reclusive than I normally am.
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Who says back fat is a bad thing? Maybe on a hairy guy at the beach, but not on a crab.
As you age your skin becomes less able to absorb Vit. D. Also in hot summers I don't go out as much as I used to. So I take 8000iu Vit. D3 daily and don't complain. I'm grateful good companies provide good vitamins to keep me healthy.
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