Ways to give calcium and vitamin D to babies
Parents should note that calcium intake from baby meals is difficult to measure accurately, so parents need to balance with other groups of substances in the diet.
Normally, the amount of calcium that the baby absorbs is only about 20% into the body, the rest will be excreted.
In addition, for children to develop comprehensively, parents also need to supplement children with support products containing lysine, essential minerals and vitamins such as zinc, chromium, selenium, vitamins of group B to fully meet the nutritional needs of children.
Infants who lack vitamin D are at risk for rickets, and even without calcium and vitamin D supplements, they are at risk for osteoporosis in the future.