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Can Your Birth Month Affect How Healthy You Are?

Vitamin D Benefits

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  • When new moms are hyper vigilant about protecting their children from the sun, the babies get virtually zero vitamin D from that source, raising the child’s risk of vitamin D deficiency and related learning disabilities
  • There’s growing concern around the world about the increasing number of children suffering from vitamin D deficiency
  • Change.org is asking the U.S. Breastfeeding Committee to change the dietary reference intake (DRI) for pregnant and lactating mothers from 400 IU to 6,400 IU vitamin D per day

By Dr. Mercola

Arguably thousands of parents don't realize that not only is getting adequate vitamin D for themselves and their children important, it's important for the health of their unborn children, as well. According to GrassrootsHealth director Carole Baggerly:

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