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Vitamin D and pregnancy: a vitamin D deficiency and pregnancy

  1. A vitamin D deficiency and pregnant? Vitamin D is important for pregnant women. Research repeatedly points to a link between low blood vitamin D levels and gestational diabetes and preeclampsia. There also appears to be a link between a low vitamin D level in the mother and a lower birth weight in the babies. Pregnant women are advised by the Health Council to take extra vitamin D. In addition to vitamin D, there is a second vitamin that is recommended as a supplement to pregnant women: folic acid.

Vitamin D pregnancy

  1. Types of vitamins Vitamin D Vitamin D and food allergy Vitamin D is very important during pregnancy Recommended amount of vitamin D

Types of vitamins

  1. There are thirteen vitamins: nine water-soluble vitamins and four fat-soluble vitamins. The fat soluble vitamins are Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Vitamin E and Vitamin K. The fat-soluble vitamins are mainly present in the fat of foods and can be stored in the tissues of the body. The water soluble vitamins are vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B8, B11 (folic acid) and B12 and vitamin C

Vitamin D very important during pregnancy

  1. Does this mean that pregnant women should be careful about vitamin D? That they better not walk in the sun during their pregnancy? No, because other (large) scientific research also shows that a vitamin D deficiency increases the risk of gestational diabetes, pre-eclampsia

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