In autumn, many people often find themselves gaining too much weight. Because there is not enough sunlight in autumn, it produces less vitamin D in our bodies. Therefore, it takes us a long time to break down fat. Unfortunately, a lack of sunlight also decreases the level of serotonin, which is a substance in our bodies that helps us regulate our mood and appetite. To maintain a healthy weight, we should exercise during daylight hours and consume foods with a lot of serotonin.
Yejin Hwang Staff Reporter
1. Why do we have less vitamin D in our bodies in autumn?
1. How often do you exercise during daylight hours?