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Children no longer get much vitamin D from milk - fortify at home

The Public Health and Economic Benefits of Taxing Sugar-Sweetened Beverages

New England Journal of Medicine - Oct 2009
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GoalChild (>4) gets an average of at least 1,500 IU Vitamin D/day
MethodAdd 50,000 IU of Vitamin D to their beverage/food once a month


Tasteless, water-soluble vitamin D can be added to virtually any food or beverage


See also VitaminDWiki


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