Vitamin D

Vitamin D requirements in adults and older children are met by the exposure of the skin to sunlight, but infants and young children and those who may not receive adequate exposure have a dietary requirement for vitamin D. Breast milk content depends on maternal status, but breast milk and body stores should provide sufficient vitamin D to meet requirements until the age of 6 months. After this age, several countries recommend a supplement for breast-fed infants. Formula milks are fortified with

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