I know how it can be. I might be at the grandchildren stage of my life, but I was there just like you. Our lifestyles of constantly running to catch up to the latest activity the kids have and/or downtime, worktime, you name it time.
Because Vitamin D deficiency is more common than you may think. Why is that? You probably spend way more time inside than outside. Life has moved indoors which means like most people around the world, you’re probably not getting enough sunlight to provide your body with the vitamin D it needs to thrive. So back to the first question – Why is Vitamin D so important?