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Is it enough to just formulate a plan to supplement?

Posted on: December 30, 2012   by  Kate Saley


As many readers know, studies have found alarmingly high rates of vitamin D deficiency among young children around the world. For instance, a recent study out of the Netherlands found that only 50% of Dutch children adequately supplement with vitamin D. How do we solve such a dilemna?

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3 Responses to Is it enough to just formulate a plan to supplement?

  1. kenmerrimanmd

    more information to the public cannot hurt

    i have recently identified a pt in my practice who works for local print media and has a fx and previously took a smallish dose of vit D we discussed testing and an increased dose of D and we will be doing an article in the paper soon which I am hopeful will have some impact ( every little bit counts)

    people are for the most part ” up to here” with being told what to do by “authority figures” so hopefully it won’t back fire wish me luck

  2. Kate Saley


    Be sure to let us know the general response you receive from the article. Good luck.



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