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Getting A ?D? for Over Supplementation, by Richard Kahn, M.S. Registered Dietitian

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Vitamin D is a hot vitamin that just got a bit cooler. Due to its popularity, D is now in more foods than ever. It used to lurk in milk but now it is in orange juice and many other common foods. In addition, D functions differently in different cultures. To further complicate the picture, there remains important disagreement as to how D functions among knowledgeable nutrition scientists. The dominant view is that about a 1,000 mg of calcium are needed for bone health. The main idea in this school is that the bones are like banks that need frequent

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Infant and Toddler Nutrition by Richard Kahn, M.S., Registered Dietitian

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Infant and toddler nutrition is a complicated subject and complexity leads to communication breakdowns. One common miscommunication occurs between parents and pediatricians. The pediatrician gives your child clean bill of health. Great! Yet, your child never eats vegetables and prefers white bread to whole grain or just eats 4 or 5 foods. That cherished

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