New Vitamin D Guidelines for Children

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The American Academy of Pediatricians has doubled its recommended minimum daily amount of Vitamin D for babies, children and teens.  In the last five years, the importance of vitamin D has become clearer.

“We know that 400 international units a day is safe and it will prevent rickets,” Frank R. Greer, MD, chairman of the AAP’s committee on nutrition, tells WebMD.

You can read more about this on WebMD.

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