Men who have good levels of vitamin D in their bachelor years will have healthy and strong kids, study finds



Men with good levels of vitamin D in their bachelor years are more likely to have healthy children when they start a family. 
That is according to a new study by University College Dublin, which found a direct link between a child's height and weight at five years old, and their father's pre-conception vitamin levels.  
While previous studies have shown maternal vitamin D intake before pregnancy affects a baby's health, this is one of the first to study the same in men.   
The researchers analyzed data on 213 father-child pairs from the Lifeways Cross-Generation Cohort Study - a unique... read more

 
20 May 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 50
Source: Daily Mail
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