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Vitamins and supplements during pregnancy

Supplements such as folic acid and iodine are recommended during pregnancy. But check with your doctor before taking any other types.

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Iodine - MyDr.com.au

Iodine is important for your thyroid gland, and iodine deficiency can cause problems, especially in unborn and newborn babies. Find out how to ensure your iodine intake is adequate.

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Iodine | Nutrition Australia

Learn what iodine is, why is it important for health, iodine requirements and food sources.

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Iodine supplementation - Maternal and newborn

iodine supplementation for women thinking of having a baby, during preganancy and breastfeeding

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Iodine - Better Health Channel

Good sources of iodine include fortified bread and any type of seafood, including seaweed.

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Folic acid & iodine fortification, Summary - Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Mandatory folic acid and iodine fortification of bread resulted in increased levels of folic acid and iodine in the food supply, increased folic acid and iodine intakes, a decreased rate of neural...

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Iodine: how much does your family need? | Raising Children Network

Children need iodine for growth, development and good health. They can get iodine from packaged bread, seafood, eggs, fruit and vegetables, meat and dairy.

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Vitamin and mineral (micronutrient) supplements

Here is what you need to know about the benefits for fertility and pregnancy health of folic acid, iodine, vitamin D, zinc, and selenium supplements.

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Malnutrition | Dietitians Australia

Malnutrition is a major public health issue in Australia, particularly for older Australians. Prevention is key. Here we explore its symptoms and treatment.

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What supplements should I take during pregnancy? | Queensland Health

Find out what supplements and vitamins you need to take when trying to get pregnant, during pregnancy, after pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

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