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Older adults and people with digestive tract conditions that affect absorption of nutrients also are susceptible to vitamin B-12 deficiency.
Zinc deficiency was observed most frequently at diagnosis, the study says, with 59.4% of patients having a deficiency.
A damaged intestinal lining doesn't absorb nutrients well, and can lead to vitamin D and calcium deficiency.
Folate deficiency can also occur in people who have conditions, such as celiac disease, that prevent the small intestine from absorbing nutrients from foods (malabsorption syndromes).
Vitamin and mineral supplements If your anemia or nutritional deficiencies are severe, your doctor or dietitian might recommend that you take supplements, including: Copper Folate Iron Vitamin B-12 Vitamin D Vitamin K Zinc Vitamins a...
A vitamin B-6 deficiency is usually coupled with deficiency in other B vitamins, such as folate (vitamin B-9) and vitamin B-12.
Short- and long-term nutrient deficiencies can develop.
Because restrictive diets increase the risk of nutrient deficiencies, they must be thoughtfully planned.
If you have a vitamin B-12 deficiency, taking a daily supplement that includes vitamin B-12 may help your body get the nutrients it needs.
ANSWER: Vitamin D is an essential nutrient that your body requires primarily to build strong bones.
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