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Who is at risk of vitamin D deficiency?

Some people may not be able to access the sun exposure required to help them maintain their vitamin D levels. These groups may be at risk of vitamin D deficiency. They include:
  • naturally dark-skinned people who need more UV exposure to produce adequate levels of vitamin D as the pigment in their skin reduces UV penetration
  • people who cover their skin for religious or cultural reasons
  • frail/elderly, chronically ill or institutionalised people who live mostly indoors
  • people who are obese
  • infants and babies of vitamin D deficient mothers
  • people taking particular medications, or those who have conditions causing poor absorption of calcium and vitamin D
  • people who avoid sun exposure because they have previously had skin cancer or are at high risk of skin cancer.

People in these groups should consult their doctor for advice on whether they need to take a vitamin D supplement.


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