PREVENTION OF VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY IN BREASTFED INFANTS
Research shows that high dose vitamin D supplementation in mothers may be required to maintain healthy vitamin D levels in breastfed infants.
The results of a recent study indicate that supplementation with vitamin D at 2000 IU/day is required beginning in gestation and during the first 8 weeks of breastfeeding to protect 98% of un-supplemented infants against vitamin D deficiency. cocktail wears in burgundy or lavender...
Nearly half of un-supplemented infants of mothers taking 400 IU/day were vitamin D deficient after 8 weeks of breastfeeding.See More