Mothers with sufficient levels of vitamin D had babies with more deleloped brains, when compared to babies of low vitamin D moms. Twenty percent of the mothers in the study were deficient in vitamin D and another 32% were insufficient.
The high vitamin D babies had better metal and psychomotor function. Notable, the higher the mother’s vitamin rose, the smarter their babies tended to be.
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