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Chances are, your infant or toddler isn’t getting enough vitamin D.

In recent years, rates of vitamin D deficiency have increased, likely due to lifestyle changes. Sunlight helps the body create vitamin D, but kids spend less time outdoors than they used to, and sunscreen blocks the production of vitamin D. The solution? A daily supplement.*
The guideline:

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that all infants and children get at least 400 IU of vitamin D daily.

Who should get a supplement:

All breastfed infants and infants or older children who are consuming less than 32 ounces of vitamin D-fortified formula or milk.

What type of supplement to look for:

For babies, liquid supplements are a smart option. Mommy’s Bliss Vitamin D
Organic Drops contain 400 IU per one-drop dose, and have no additives, chemicals, or artificial flavors.

Mommy's Bliss Vitamin D Organic Drops for babies

*these statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. these products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.