Researchers have found that large doses of vitamin D during pregnancy improve babies’ dental health.
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Six years ago, 623 pregnant women participated in a JAMA Pediatrics study.
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The children of those who were part of the vitamin D regimen had a 47% lower rate of enamel defects.
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The treatment had no adverse side effects, so it could be a powerful tool in ensuring that kids have healthier teeth.
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For those who don't want pills, you can get vitamin D from the sun, fortified milk, egg yolks, and fish oil.
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