Carole Baggerly explains if women should get their vitamin D solely from supplements.
I wouldn’t want to eliminate sun exposure because we don’t know what else the sun does, all right? It may, you know, we may be able to replace the sun’s conversion in our skin to the D3 but the sun is probably doing something else, too. So I wouldn’t want to say exclusively, I’d still encourage it, sun exposure.
About Carole Baggerly:
Carole Baggerly is the founder and director of Grassroots Health, a non-profit organization promoting vitamin D awareness. After her own experience with breast cancer and osteoporosis, she learned the connection among these diseases and vitamin D deficiency, which triggered her role as an advocate.