Low Vitamin D May Increase Autism Risk

Recent research suggests that low vitamin D levels may increase the risk for autism. Previous research has shown that prenatal vitamins (folate in particular) can reduce autism risk if started before conception and continued throughout pregnancy. The link between autism and prenatal nutrition may be most pronounced for children who are at risk due to environmental factors or genetic predisposition. Learn more: http://www.autismspeaks.org/science/science-news/swedish-study-suggests-low-vitamin-d-birth-may-increase-autism-risk


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