Breast milk deficient iron vitamin d
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Breastfeeding Vitamins ~ Vitamin D, K and Iron. Postmenopausal women experience greater bone loss due to changing hormones and have more trouble absorbing calcium. This provides a source of this important vitamin. In two recent studies from the University of South Carolina, a group of researchers found that pregnant women need to take 4, IU of vitamin D everyday to make sure that their newborn child has enough when he or she is born. It IS just a hypothesis though: Does that improve things at all? Vitamin D Supplements The American Academy of Pediatrics AAP feels strongly that all children should be kept out of the direct sun as much as possible and wear sunscreen while in the sun to avoid long-term risk of sun exposure, which may contribute to skin cancer. If a nutritional deficiency is confirmed, appropriate counseling regarding adjustments in diet and supplementation would then be indicated.
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