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Kid's Vitamin D3 400 IU (Alcohol Free) Grape Flavor - 1 fl. oz.
Kid's Vitamin D3 400 IU (Alcohol Free) Grape Flavor - 1 fl. oz.


 
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Kid's Vitamin D3 400 IU (Grape Flavor)
Alcohol-Free

1 Fluid Ounce


$9.99

  • Kids Need Vitamin D3 to Build Strong Bones, and to Heal After Injury or Surgery
  • Promotes the Absorption of Calcium and Phosphorus, Essential for Strong Bones and Teeth
  • Strengthens the Immune System and Regulates Cell Growth
  • Ideal for Children, Teens and Adults


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Vitamin D helps your child build strong bones and prevent rickets. Rickets is a condition of softening of the bones that can occur in growing children. All children need vitamin D beginning shortly after birth.

Kids May Need 10 Times More Vitamin D

Study: Kids Need 2,000 IU of Vitamin D, Not 200 IU Now Recommended

By Daniel J. DeNoon - WebMD

Children and teens need 10 times more than the recommended dose of Vitamin D, a clinical trial suggests.

"Our research reveals that vitamin D, at doses equivalent to 2,000 IU a day, is not only safe for adolescents, but it is actually necessary for achieving desirable vitamin D levels," study leader Ghada El-Hajj Fuleihan, MD, of the American University of Beirut Medical Center in Lebanon, says in a news release.

Kids are advised to get a daily vitamin D dose of 200 IU. That suggestion came from an Institute of Medicine panel that based its recommendation on the amount of vitamin D needed to prevent rickets in infants.

H
owever, more and more vitamin D experts have begun to suggest that children and adults need much more vitamin D than previously recognized.

New evidence strongly supports this opinion. El-Hajj Fuleihan and colleagues enrolled 340 schoolchildren in a one-year study. These 10- to 17-year-old kids attended schools in Beirut, Lebanon.

A third of the kids received an inactive, sham treatment. Another third got the recommended 200 IU/day dose of vitamin D3 (as a weekly dose of 1,400 IU). And, after an earlier safety study showed it would not be toxic, the remaining third of the kids got 2,000 IU/day of vitamin D3 (as a weekly dose of 14,000 IU) -- 10 times the recommended dose for adequate daily intake.



https://www.webmd.com/children/news/20080528/kids-may-need-10-times-more-vitamin-d#1


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Children younger than 12 months old need 400 IU of vitamin D each day.

Children 12 to 24 months old need 600 IU of vitamin D each day.
Children over age 2 need min of 400 IU of vitamin D each day.

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