Understanding the ABC’s of vitamins can be confusing, especially when it comes to giving them to your children. Dr. Janice Pride-Boone, a pediatrician with St. Mary’s Clifton Park Pediatric Center, spoke to Time Warner Cable News about this topic.
From the report:
According to Pediatrician Dr. Janice Pride-Boone, if kids eat a variety of foods, five servings of fruits and vegetables, there’s no need to take a vitamin. However, many kids don’t even come close to eating what they need. She warns parents to be aware of the lack vitamins, specifically vitamin D.
“Many children are vitamin D deficient, particularly children who are breast-fed for that first year, you need vitamin D, so you need supplements,” said Pride-Boone.
Click here to see the full story.