Vitamin D in Breast Milk

April 26, 2017 by: Pediatrics for Parents staff Article Tags: ,

The Question: Does breast milk contain enough vitamin D to meet the needs of exclusively breastfed babies? The Study: Blood and breast milk samples were collected from new mothers at three postpartum times-two weeks, four months and nine months-and measured for vitamin D and its metabolites. Blood samples were collected from their infants at four…

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