Good levels of vitamins A and D and folate reported for general U.S. population
American Pharmacists Association News, 04/13/2012
Although the overall U.S. population has good levels of some essential vitamins and nutrients, deficiency rates can vary according to age, gender, or race/ethnicity. Although Americans generally have good levels of vitamins A and D and folate, some groups are lacking in levels of vitamin D and iron, according to a CDC report.
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