Yes, the sun is beautiful and it is healthy to get a certain amount of sun exposure so that our bodies can naturally produce vitamin D. When the UVB rays from the sun hits our skin our body can get to work and make us some essential vitamins. Vitamin D is important for the maintenance of good health and helps keep our muscles and bones strong and healthy. Not everyone needs the same amount of sun exposure to produce the amount of vitamin D that they need for their body. The right amount of sun exposure for you depends on factors such as UV levels, skin colour and lifestyle. An important fact is that prolonged sun exposure does not mean more vitamin D but rather it means damaged skin and an increased chance of skin cancer. Therefore it is important to protect yourself from getting too much sun either by staying out of it or covering up with clothes or sunscreen.
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