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# Researchers agree that currently there is an over-screening for

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Doesnt D have a flaw, utilize vs absorb. What if the body can absorb but not utilize it?

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The d option looks flawed and C looks like the obvious choice, as D option states that for darker skinned people it is harder to absorb vitamin D which is not mentioned anywhere in passage.

However, c option states that lighter skinned people are from parts of the world where sun exposure is less and vitamin D is mostly obtained from sun exposure, and passage states Humans have darker skin in those parts of the world that get a lot of sun exposure
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