Many American children aren't getting
enough of four essential nutrients: vitamin D, calcium, fiber, and potassium.
Experts agree that vitamin D is needed to absorb calcium and maximize bone
growth and strength. Kids who get too little of it can develop soft bones (a
condition called rickets) early in life and osteoporosis, which typically shows
up later in life.
Calcium helps bones grow and stay
strong. It also helps with heart rhythm, blood clotting, and muscle function.
Most calcium is stored in bones. If
your child doesn't get enough in his or her diet, the body will take it from
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