sure your child receives 400 IU’s (International Units)
of vitamin D a day will go a long way in promoting their health.
Vitamin D is needed to absorb calcium to make strong bones;
it reduces inflammation; builds a strong immune system and
helps to prevents cancer, heart disease and diabetes.
body makes Vitamin D when skin is exposed to sunshine
• Up to 70% of American children
have low vitamin D levels
• Look forvitamin
D fortified foods
• Ask your pediatrician
to check your child's vitamin D levels