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High rate of Vitamin D deficiency in NZ concerning

Research at Otago university has revealed a concerning prevalence of Vitamin D deficiency in Southern NZ women and babies.

Vitamin D is important for foetal bone health, growth and dental health and a deficiency can lead to rickets in childhood.

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The NZ Ministry of health website has good information on food sources and risk factors related to this vitamin.

Read Lea’s article The sunshine nutrient Vitamin D 

If you have low blood levels of Vitamin D and would like a nutritional assessment then contact us today

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