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"Vitamin D3 helps reduce risk of bone related complications in children"
 
   Vitamin D3 is one of the most important vitamins necessary for children. Children and infants require considerable amount of Vitamin D as they are more prone to bone deformity disease. Children should get a daily dose of 200 IU of Vitamin D3 to reduce the risk of bone related complications such as rickets. Vitamin D supports calcium's absorption and functions for children's healthy teeth and bones, prevents loss of bone mass, and cures bone disorders. It also plays an important role in brain development and improves a child’s emotional development and gross motor coordination. Proper supplementation of vitamin D keeps children away from dental cavities maintaining oral health.

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