IS TOO LITTLE VITAMIN D MAKING OUR KIDS FAT? According to this study it is playing a role. Now, don’t discount the video games, crappy school lunches, skipping breakfast, sugared drinks with only calories and little phytonutrient value and the stress they pick up from their parents. But I make sure Keegan takes his Vitamin D weekly (usually around 8,000 IU / week) even if he hates the tastes. Drama aside of a 4 yr old taking glue off of a spoon, he understands that he is taking it so that he is less likely to get sick. Of course, I could skip the Vitamin D and get a flu shot instead… Read More…
Is Too Little Vitamin D Making Our Children Fat?
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