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Traditionally-living Maasai and Hadzabe tribespeople – who spend plenty of time in the sun but avoid the hottest times – have average vitamin D levels of between 40 and 50 ng/mL. Should you replace RICE with METH?  “Extreme caution should be used when stopping or reducing bacon consumption.” Amen. I love stories with happy endings. [...]
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