People need more vitamin D to survive longer, according to a new study.
The findings, which were published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, suggest that if you get enough vitamin D in your diet, you can increase your lifespan by at least 15%.
According to the study, which is the largest and most comprehensive study on vitamin D and lifespan, vitamin D levels in the blood were strongly associated with lifespan.
The researchers measured the levels of D3, which refers to vitamin D’s active form, and found that those with the highest levels of vitamin D had a slightly higher chance of living to be 100 years old.
The researchers used data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey to calculate the ratio of the total daily dose of D2, D3 and D4 to the total vitamin D intake.
In other words, people with the lowest vitamin D intakes had the lowest chance of life expectancy.
In their study, the researchers looked at data from 3,878 men and women, aged between 40 and 99 years old, who completed a questionnaire every five years.
Participants answered questions about the vitamin D they received from food sources and supplements, including vitamin D supplements, diet pills, multivitamins and skin care products.
The data were collected from 1982 to 2015.
The data showed that the vitamin A and vitamin D-rich foods people consumed were associated with lower risk of dying.
In particular, people who ate more fish had a lower risk for death compared to those who ate less fish.
The results were consistent across all dietary groups and even adjusted for age, sex, race, smoking status, education and physical activity.
The study did not examine the effects of dietary supplements, but it did suggest that people with lower vitamin D status could benefit from vitamin D supplementation.
In the United States, dietary supplements can boost your body’s production of D4, but only if you take the recommended amount of vitamin B12, a nutrient found in the skin.
However, many people who take supplements may not have sufficient levels of this vitamin, which could be contributing to a higher death rate from vitamin A deficiency.
This is especially important for people in developing countries where vitamin D deficiency is prevalent.
The World Health Organization recommends that everyone who takes a vitamin D supplement should have adequate vitamin D.
The findings could also be relevant for people who are already on a high-dose vitamin D diet.
This may explain why the US Food and Drug Administration, which regulates vitamin D, is concerned about how much of a vitamin is too much.
The US government is currently considering a rule change that would require companies to tell people about the level of vitamin E in their products.
If the rule is approved, it would make it more difficult for companies to advertise a vitamin E supplement with the wrong amount of D.