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All your body needs to produce its required amount of vitamin D is ten to 15 minutes of sunlight three times a week. A study from the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reported that women with higher levels of D have longer telomeres—the protective caps at the end of our chromosomes, which scientists consider an excellent marker of aging. The longer your telomeres, the "younger" your cells.

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