Answer these questions to see how your vitamin D status stacks up.

1. Gender


2. Age


3. Which of the following best describe you?


4. Do you apply sunscreen or sunblock when you are outdoor?


5. Which of the following describe your diet intake?


6. Frequent fatigue?


7. Muscle pain and weakness?


8. Frequent infections?


9. Receding gum?


10. Frequent fractures of bones?


11. Frequent body aches and pain without obvious cause?


12. Do you have Thyroid disorder (hyper or hypothyroid)?


13. Having decreased grip strength?


14. Having brittle and weak nails?


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Did You Know?

Despite staying in tropical country receiving an average of 8 hours of intense sunlight daily, Malaysians still have high prevalence of Vitamin D insufficiency

8 out of 10 healthy Malaysian adolescents are not taking sufficient Vitamin D2

74% of Malay, 68% of Indians and 38% of Chinese women aged 18-40 years old in Kuala Lumpur were reported to have vitamin D insufficiency1

71.3% of Malay and 12.2% of Chinese postmenopausal women aged 50-65 years have vitamin D insufficiency3
    • 1. Al-Sadat N. Majid HA, Sim PY et al. 2016. Vitamin D deficiency in Malaysian adolescents aged 13 years: findings from the Malaysia Health and Adolescents Longitudinal Research Team study (My HeARTs). BMJ Open.
    • 2. Rahman SA, Chee WS, Yassin Z et al. 2004. Vitamin D status among postmenopausal Malaysian women. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr. 13: 255-60.
    • 3. Recommended Nutrient Intakes Malaysia 2017.

Benefits of Vitamin D

Increase absorption of calcium and phosphate in body

For stronger bones and teeth development

Help to build muscle strength

Support health system

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