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    Timestamps 0:05 Why kids are deficient in vitamin D #1 0:17 Why kids are deficient in vitamin D #2 0:36 Why kids are deficient in vitamin D #3 0:45 Why kids are deficient in vitamin D #4 1:00 Why kids are deficient in vitamin D #5 1:07 Why kids are deficient in vitamin D #6 1:19 Why kids are deficient in vitamin D #7 1:55 What to do

    In this short video, I want to talk about why so many kids are deficient in vitamin D.

    Why kids are deficient in vitamin D:

    1. They don’t spend as much time outside
    2. Lower fat foods (2.5x less vitamin D than higher-fat foods)
    3. Grain-fed meat / Farm-raised fish (both have low vitamin D)
    4. Low magnesium in the diet (not enough vegetables)
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    • Give your kids vitamin D • You can get vitamin D in liquid form and put it in their water

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