I was very interested in the Dr, Robert Schroth study that investigated the role of Vitamin D levels in expectant moms and subsequently the rate of cavities of their babies. Though it is a relatively small study, they did find that mothers of children who developed tooth decay had significantly lower levels of Vitamin D. Low calcium levels were also associated with weaker enamel.
The liquid formula contains Vitamin D3 and Vitamin K2, it is flavorless and odorless and meant to be added to a calcium source (such as milk). One bottle contains 1000 drops and will last one child about 6 months if used daily (2 drops per day). I think $34.95 for a 6 month supply for one child is very reasonable, considering you would still likely get a multivitamin. I love that it has no taste, I've had trouble getting my toddler to take fish oil, this will be so much easier! Liquid Vitamin D3 is also pretty limited in availability, it's a great find.
I am breastfeeding and taking the adult formula, I am very curious to see how Baby T's teeth will come in compared to my first, Baby E. I was pregnant with both of them through the summer, so I had pretty much the same conditions for them in the womb (lots of sunshine and fresh produce). With Baby T I consumed slightly less dairy, but of higher quality.
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