Vitamin D is needed for healthy bones, proper functioning of muscles and vitamin D plays a role in the resistance.
Vitamin D is made in our skin due to sunlight and is in milk. Small children (babies) do not show enough vitamin D in the skin can create. Therefore it is recommended for babies older than 2 weeks, breast-fed a daily dose of 10 micrograms of vitamin D it.
Giving vitamins to your baby is something that should not be made without prescription. We think that giving vitamins to your baby is positive but it is not unless the child needs extra contributions which are not covered with the diet.
Breast milk is an excellent food to nourish the baby. Sometimes the baby needs an extra contribution to be born underweight or not be gaining enough weight. The pediatrician will be the one to check the child’s development will recommend whether to use vitamins or not the baby. During the first months of baby’s vitamin supplements are often given are those with vitamins A, CD associated with fluoride. Read the rest of this entry »