Vitamin D3 is needed for normal bone growth and development in children. In addition, it helps in maintaining healthy bones and teeth and in the proper functioning of muscles. Vitamin D also helps in the proper absorption and use of calcium and phosphorus, in maintaining the proper level of calcium in the blood, as well as in the proper functioning of the immune system.
Supplementation with vitamin D is recommended from the first days of life, regardless of the nutrition of the newborn (breast / modified milk). From the time of birth to 6 months of life, supplementation with vitamin D at a dose of 400 IU / day is recommended. In the period from 6 to 12 months of age, supplementation with vitamin D at a dose of 400-600 IU / day is recommended, depending on the supply of vitamin D in the diet.
The supplement is recommended for newborns, infants and children in order to supplement the diet with vitamin D3.
- vitamin D3
Method of consumption:
Twist the capsule and tear off the tip, then squeeze the contents into your child's mouth, onto a teaspoon or into food. Be careful that the child does not swallow the capsule.