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Why you Should Delete Instagram Right Now

Having an instagram account that doesn't have shitty pics is fine. Using insta as a dating tool is shit. Use it to stay in touch with your social circle and interests while having some good pics on there.

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A Word On AMOGs/Guys Hitting On Your Girl

If a guy shuts me down like that more power to him for playing it properly.

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The SERIOUS Importance of Vitamin D (trust me, read details within)

Sort off, I'd call it average. It's likely fine without but if you can easily get some vitK I'd go for it. It has benefits of it's own. That said first check if you regularly eat food high in vitK.

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The SERIOUS Importance of Vitamin D (trust me, read details within)

There is no one optimal amount of sunlight. It depends on location, season, time of day, skin color, weight, dietary vitD intake, etc.

There are calculators online that can give a decent indication. Also you don't need optimal levels every day. It's fine to get more vitD one week and less in the next week.

Context | Full Comments | submitted 10 months ago by Marsupian
The SERIOUS Importance of Vitamin D (trust me, read details within)

That is when you go with the current insanely low recommended daily intake. That number is based on preventing rickets, not achieving optimal health. There is a lot of shit that goes bad before you develop rickets.

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Context | Full Comments | submitted 10 months ago by Marsupian
The SERIOUS Importance of Vitamin D (trust me, read details within)

When you are far enough from the equator it's impossible to get enough vitD from sunlight in the winter because the angle of the sun is too low. It's likely that our ancestors used to compensate this partly with high fish intake.

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