This study involved monitoring the daily calcium intake (at 3 years), and duration of vigorous physical activity in 4 year old children (n=422). When calcium intake was above 966mg/kg, there was a stronger relationship between physical activity and bone indices (bone density and hip bone size) thus calcium is important in helping build healthy bones...
What is in KiddieCal, and why do you have to have these ingredients?
KiddieCal contains calcium, phosphorus, vitamin D and vitamin K which are required for strong, healthy bones....
This prospective study involved 216 pregnant Spanish mothers aged 18 to 43, and were followed from week 13 of gestation to childbirth. They were all supplemented with iron from week 15 (mean dose 48.8mg/d). A clinical follow-up including blood collection occurred three times during pregnancy until childbirth. The first blood collection was taken before iron...Read more
The immune system is complex, yet naïve in newborns, which is particularly susceptible to the conditions whilst inside the womb and the early external environment. Omega-3 has been shown to positively modulate the immune system against favouring an allergic situation where inflammatory conditions such as asthma, eczema and atopy may develop. Studies suggest that supplementation...Read more