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Unless you’ve been hiding in a dark room of late, you’ll be familiar with the rising popularity of vitamin D as a panacea of health. Clinical studies have linked the nutrient to everything frombone density,cognition and immune function to heart health and even cancer prevention.
(Related: should you be taking vitamin D?)
Which would be bright news indeed if recent statistics didn’t suggest a fifth of Britons have low D levels. But while the promise of long-term bone health might not be enough to stop you skulking into the shadow of a squat rack, the University of Birmingham’s recently discovered correlation between active vitamin D in the bloodstream and increased lean mass surely will.
Their study revealed that training in the sun can maximise your potential for muscle growth. During the winter months (which too often feels like 11 of them) Britain’s solar power isn’t sufficient to produce adequate vit D, so supplementing is advised.
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Relocate your training to the park and you’ll also save money on pricey post-workout shakes, as the sun drip-feeds your muscles with the natural support they need.
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