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Vitamin deficiency anemia.
Because restrictive diets increase the risk of nutrient deficiencies, they must be thoughtfully planned.
Foods are the best source of nutrients.
Manganese deficiency has not been reported in humans.
Iodine deficiency is a problem in other areas of the world.
Even though it's one of the most important nutrients for keeping your muscles strong and your bones from breaking, most Americans do not get enough vitamin D.
Even some skin findings can indicate a nutritional deficiency," says Dr.
If you're concerned that you're not getting enough vitamin B-12 or other specific nutrients, consult your doctor — especially if you're an older adult or a vegetarian.
Nutritional deficiencies are common in people with Whipple disease and can lead to fatigue, weakness, weight loss and joint pain.
A deficiency of molybdenum is rare.
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