#ResearchMonday Role of Vitamin D in Children with ASD (study published November 21, 2016)

#ResearchMonday Role of Vitamin D in Children with ASD (study published November 21, 2016)

A study recently published in PubMed.Gov (the US National Library of Medicine, managed by the National Institutes of Health) discusses the outcomes of clinical trials where Vitamin D as an oral supplement provided to trial participants appeared to lead to positive outcomes after 4 months of Vitamin administration. While such studies are to be carefully reviewed by individual caregivers with their medical providers before initiating any new dosages, it is heartening to note that the role of nutrients in the well-being of ASD children are still being consistently studied. Please discuss any supplement dosages with your child’s caregiver before introducing them to their daily or weekly diet.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27868194

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