Lupus can be caused by many things, but a number of studies have linked vitamin D deficiency to an increased occurrence of autoimmune diseases like lupus. Vitamin D deficiency affects millions of people around the world, particularly those who live in the far north, where sunlight is limited. Vitamin D is produced by the body when the skin is exposed to sunlight, so if you want to avoid developing lupus, or simply want to manage the symptoms more effectively, make sure you get outside and grab a little sunlight. A minimum of 10-15 minutes per day is recommended to keep your vitamin D levels in line.
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