My breastfeeding series would not be complete without opening the discussion of the important nutritional benefits of Vitamin D.
I have nursed three children, and up until this last baby, my pediatrician had never mentioned vitamin D. With Baby K, they informed me I should get him on some form of a Vitamin D Supplement, apparently my breast milk may not contain enough which could lead to bone issues in the future.
Wellesse has generously given my family some liquid vitamin D samples, and I must say they are easier to incorporate into our daily diet than a regular vitamin.
The best way to get your daily dose of vitamin D is through naturally vitamin D enriched foods, beverages & foods fortified with vitamin D or vitamin D supplements, such as those found on the Wellesse website.
What are some ways you work to increase your vitamin D intake? Do you give your children vitamin D supplements?
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