Vitamin D Dose in Pregnancy: How Much is Enough?

Vitamin D plays a vital role in fetal development. Worryingly, though, research suggests pregnant women are at higher risk of deficiency – especially in regions that don’t get much sunlight. And vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy is linked with premature birth, low birthweight and gestational diabetes. Current health guidelines recommend pregnant women get 600 IU of vitamin D per day. But is this dose enough?

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