Have you had your vitamin D levels checked? Are you in the healthy range?
|< 50nmol/L (<20ng/mL)||Frank deficiency|
|< 75nmol/L (<30ng/mL)||Hypovitaminosis D|
|75-150nmol/L (30-60ng/mL)||Optimal level to maintain health in the general population|
|>85nmol/L (>34ng/mL)||Level required to reduce colon cancer risk|
|>130nmol/L (>52ng/mL)||Level required to reduce breast cancer risk|
|>140nmol/L(>55ng/mL)||Optimal level for at-risk populations: heart disease, multiple sclerosis, autism, diabetes, other cancers|
Source: Vitamin D. Monograph. Altern Med Rev 2008 Jun;13(2):153-64.