Why is vitamin D important for babies?

Your body's structure is made up of bones, and considering the strain we place on our bodies, that structure has to be robust.

The bone mass you acquire as a youngster might also benefit you throughout your lifetime. What may occur, therefore, if your

youngster isn't getting enough vitamin D? Well, rickets, a condition where bones can become so weak that they distort,

bend, or break, can be brought on by a vitamin D deficit. The body needs vitamin D to absorb calcium and use it to build and

strengthen teeth and bones. A youngster is more likely to experience development issues and fractures if they don't get

enough vitamin D. However, vitamin D provides small bodies with benefits beyond bone health. Vitamin D is also necessary for the immune system and cognitive development of infants.

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