Why breast isn’t always best

Today is the last in the vitamin D series, this week it’s dosing in pregnancy, breastfeeding and formula-fed babies.

It’s 15 minutes loaded with actionable insights to change lives.

Key takeaways:

– Most pregnant women need 4000iu daily to stay optimal, if they are overweight 2-3 stones add an extra 2-3000 iu. More than 5 stones overweight add another 4000 iu (8000iu total).

– Breastfeeding mothers: 6400 iu daily will achieve optimal levels for both mother and exclusively breastfed babies.

– Aim for 800-1000 iu daily for formula-fed babies, the calculation for this depending on formula intake is in the video.

Get watching,

And as always don’t waste those valuable adjustments,

Speak soon

Simon

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