Here is why you cannot sit behind a windowpane indoors and get enough sunlight to make Vitamin D.
The UV–B rays from the sunlight help our skin make vitamin D. Unfortunately, those are exactly the rays that get absorbed in the window glass. So if one sits behind a windowpane indoors, expecting to get enough sunlight to form vitamin D, it would not work.
To Read More
- NHS, UK: How to get vitamin D from sunlight
- Yale Medicine: Vitamin D Myths ‘D’-bunked
- BBC Science Focus: Can you absorb vitamin D through a window?
- MedicalNewsToday: How to get more vitamin D from the sun
First published on: 8th December 2021
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