Many American children are not getting enough vitamin D, according to a new report from the
The report now recommends that children consume 400 units of vitamin D daily. Children who may need to take a daily vitamin D supplement include:
- Breast-fed infants.
- Infants consuming less than 4 cups of vitamin D-fortified infant formula per day.
- Children and teenagers who drink less than 4 cups of vitamin D-fortified milk per day or who do not receive 400 units of vitamin D through foods.
Source: CBS News