Recently published research at the Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine shows that taking vitamin D supplements and drinking cow’s milk are more important than diet, skin color or exposure to sunlight in determining vitamin D levels in children. This supports previous findings that drinking two cups of cow’s milk daily is enough to maintain adequate levels of vitamin D in children. Dr. Jonathon Maguire, a researcher and pediatrician at St. Michael’s Hospital examined data of almost 2,000 healthy children under the age of 6 who participated in the TARGet Kids! (The Applied Research Group for Kids!) study, which was […]Continue reading Milk Intake and Supplements Increase Children’s Vitamin D Levels
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