EHouse Global, a company engaged in the acquisition, development, and commercialization of consumer-oriented products, highlights an article posted in October on ScienceDaily.com that details the recent study published by The Journal of Pediatrics. The article provides an extensive look into possible connections between low levels of vitamin D and anemia in children.
In the study, researchers studied blood samples from more than 10,400 children to track their levels of vitamin D and hemoglobin and discovered that vitamin D levels were consistently lower in children with low hemoglobin levels compared with levels found in non-anemic children.
The research is of significant importance to Ehouse Global's nutritional supplement company, NutraLiquids LLC, which has created a complete line of liquid supplements that includes the KidsDaily™ product with 400 IU of vitamin D per serving. The company also carries a standalone Liquid vitamin D(3) supplement for adults, which contains 5,000 IU of vitamin D.
"With the large number of children affected by diseases that could be prevented with nutrition, we decided to create a liquid multi-vitamin for kids. With four children of my own, I understand the value of supplementation and the importance of a product that not only keeps my children healthy, but tastes great too," Scott Corlett, CEO of Ehouse Global stated in the news release. "What really differentiates us within this particular opportunity is our individual packaged daily portions which make if fun for the children and convenient for their parents."
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