How can I tell if I'm getting enough vitamin D?

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Dr. Daniel Hsu, DAOM
Alternative & Complementary Medicine
You can ask your doctor to test to see if you're getting enough Vitamin D. Your doctor can check the major circulating form of vitamin D in your blood, your 25(OH)D3. There should be no less than 30 nanograms per milliliter in order to have a good supply of vitamin D.

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