Five major factors that enhance calcium absorption include: sufficient sunlight, adequate sleep, appropriate exercise, a diet predominated by fruits and vegetables that also supplies not more
than single-digit quantities of proteins and fats, and avoidance of the various factors that result in calcium losses: dairy, meat, coffee, soft drinks, and a wide variety of prescription drugs.

Calcium absorption is directly affected by sunlight exposure via the connection with Vitamin D. Through a relatively complicated series of chemical reactions, we produce storable, fat-soluble Vitamin D as a result of direct exposure to sunlight. Vitamin D plays a critical role in our ability to store and utilize calcium. Calcium is needed for the proper functioning of every cell of the body. During the summer months, most people can obtain all the sunshine they require for
healthy calcium metabolism in less than 15 minutes of daily exposure to the sun. The lower the sun is in the sky, the less Vitamin D we produce as a response to sunlight, meaning that during the winter months, unless you live with 2000 or so miles from the equator, you will likely not be able to manufacture sufficient Vitamin D, and will have to pull from your stores. Typically three to four months of Vitamin D can be stored.

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