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Vitamin D is important for overall health and a growing body of research is continually unveiling its significance. Supplemental vitamin D is needed for most people to get sufficient amounts.
Research findings suggest that most pregnant women should increase their vitamin D intake to more than what’s included in a standard prenatal vitamins.
Everyone knows about vitamin C, but few understand the important role vitamin D plays in immune system regulation.
Nutritional and lifestyle changes are some of the most promising interventions to help women improve their changes of getting pregnant.
Today’s typical Western diet is often deficient in EPA and DHA, placing people at risk for innumerable suboptimal health outcomes.