Vitamin D is obtained in two ways. Most of it is produced in the skin. The amount depends on the duration and intensity of the sunlight. Sun protection, such as covering the skin with clothing or limited sunlight in the winter months, also reduces vitamin D production.
In addition, foods containing vitamin D can help supply it. However, there are few foods that contain significant amounts of vitamin D, such as oily fish (e.g., herring, salmon). Liver, egg yolk and some edible mushrooms, the content is considerably lower. On average, only 2-4 µg of vitamin D is obtained from food.
HiPP Organic Combiotic growing up formulas are an option to complement your baby's diet as they are fortified with Vitamins and Minerals (including Vitamin D) specific to your little one's age and life stage.