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Iron is a nutrient that's essential to your child's growth and development.
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Zinc deficiency was observed most frequently at diagnosis, the study says, with 59.4% of patients having a deficiency.
A balanced diet contains not only the many nutrients found in supplements, but also fiber and other health-promoting substances.
ANSWER: Vitamin D is an essential nutrient that your body requires primarily to build strong bones.
Taking supplements provides these nutrients far in excess of what's necessary for good health.
Low levels of these nutrients are associated with an increased risk of chronic disease.
Even some skin findings can indicate a nutritional deficiency," says Dr.
No single food can provide all the nutrients your body needs.
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