Vitamin D is needed for proper growth and development of bones in children.
Breastfeeding is the best form of feeding the child in the first months after birth. However, the amount of vitamin D in the female milk may not be enough. Vitamin D is naturally synthesised in the skin as a result of sunlight. However,
due to a limited access to sunlight or in the autumn and winter season, when vitamin D synthesis on the child’s skin is inhibited due to a lower number of sunshine hours, it is recommended to supplement vitamin D deficiencies in the child’s diet.
Molekin D3 for Children is intended for:
- babies and infants from the 1st day of life
- children from the age of 1.