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Recomendaciones de la matrona en la suplementación de Vitamina D
Lidia Lucena Prieto, María Isabel Díaz Domínguez, Ana Belén Carmona Romera
Hospital de Antequera (Málaga), España

Rev Paraninfo digital, 2015: 22

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Lucena Prieto, Lidia; Díaz Domínguez, María Isabel; Carmona Romera, Ana Belén. Recomendaciones de la matrona en la suplementación de Vitamina D. Rev Paraninfo Digital, 2015; 22. Disponible en: <https://www.index-f.com/para/n22/438.php> Consultado el

La vitamina D es una vitamina liposoluble que interviene en la absorción intestinal de calcio y fosforo. Un buen nivel de esta vitamina en el organismo es necesario para asegurar una buena mineralización ósea y una adecuada función neuromuscular.  Con el término de vitamina D se definen dos moléculas diferentes en estructura y origen: La vitamina D2 o ergocalciferol, formada por la acción de la radiación ultravioleta sobre el esteroide ergosterol en las plantas. La vitamina D3 o colecalciferol, formada en la piel a partir de la absorción de radiación ultravioleta por el 7-dehidrocolesterol. La vitamina D3 (colecalciferol) se sintetiza a nivel cutáneo, para que esto ocurra es fundamental la exposición al sol. Otra fuente importante de obtención de vitamina D es a través de la de la dieta [seguir leyendo].
 

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