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CDC - Case Study, Vitamin B12 Deficiency - NCBDDD
Jun 29, 2009 . Does the fact that she appears to be "well-nourished" indicate she is unlikely to have a vitamin deficiency? Why or why not? Check your answer .
http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/b12/cases.html

Alcohol and Alcohol-related Deficiencies as Carcinogens'
Experimentally, there is no evidence that alcohol inges tion in the well-nourished animal results in carcinoma and/or that a deficiency of any I essential nutrient .
http://cancerres.aacrjournals.org/content/35/11_Part_2/3336.full.pdf

Alcoholism & Nutrition - Help for Alcohol Addiction Recovery
First, alcoholics frequently do not eat a balanced diet. . nutritious foods, they limit their intake of healthy vitamins and minerals, and deficiencies of these . How well the body handles stress is also connected to how well the body is nourished.
http://gayalcoholics.com/alcohol-nutrition.html

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  2. Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse Possible Complications - Alcoholism ...
    Jan 13, 2011 . However, it is not just from a higher risk of the more common serious health . People with alcoholism should be sure to take vitamin and mineral . Even apparently well-nourished people with alcoholism may be deficient in .
    http://health.nytimes.com/health/guides/disease/alcoholism/possible-complications.html

  3. Preventing B vitamin deficiencies in alcoholics | Alcohol Health ...
    Preventing B vitamin deficiencies in alcoholics from Alcohol Health . is not caused by a B vitamin deficiency per se, many alcoholics still believe that they can . Thirty percent of fairly well-nourished alcoholics with alcoholic liver disease are .
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  4. Alcohol-Related Neurologic Disease - definition of Alcohol-Related ...
    Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome is caused by deficiency of the B-vitamin thiamine, . The way in which alcohol destroys muscle tissue is still not well understood.
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  5. Blood thiamine and thiamine phosphate ester concentrations in ...
    of thiamine deficiency in liver diseases may not be valid. Introduction . States, who may be as well nourished as non-alcoholic subjects of a similar social class. . chemical evidence of vitamin deficiency.3 Even in well nourished alcoholics as .
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1441909/pdf/bmjcred00510-0013.pdf

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Cravings & Vitamin Deficiencies | LIVESTRONG.COM
Mar 28, 2011 . If the body is overall well nourished, it will simply crave food in general to maintain well being. . It is important to know that a physical food craving will not go away over . Vitamin Deficiencies Associated with Alcohol Cravings .
http://www.livestrong.com/article/268187-cravings-vitamin-deficiencies/

Vitamin B6 - glossitis, homocysteine, hemoglobin, nerves, colon ...
A vitamin B6 deficiency can result in a form of anemia that is similar to iron . supplements of this vitamin do not enhance them in well-nourished individuals. . Alcoholics and older adults are more likely to have inadequate vitamin B6 intakes .
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    Vitamin A deficiency in previously well-nourished people may have no . The more carbohydrate or alcohol is consumed, the more vitamin B1 is needed.
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  2. B12 and Alcohol Consumption | Vitamin B12 Patch
    Jun 16, 2009 . Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) is the largest B vitamin, it is a red . Just as mercury may cause B12 deficiency in the nervous system, . of the vitamin will have to begin, and oral administration is not an option in this case. . Among healthy, well -nourished, postmenopausal women, moderate alcohol intake may .
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    High ethanol intake and malnutrition in alcoholic cerebellar shrinkage
    Most undernourished alcoholics and half of the well?nourished alcoholics, . cerebellar degeneration and nutrition, vitamin deficiencies and the frequency and . 24 well?nourished asymptomatic males who did not report ethanol consumption.
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    Alcohol, vitamin A, and -carotene: adverse interactions, including ...
    Plasma vitamin A (13) as well as retinol binding protein (RBP) . and Lieber (5) appeared well nourished, which suggested a more direct effect of alcohol. . In Western countries, however, dietary vitamin A deficiency does not appear to be a .
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  6. The Danger of Vitamin A Deficiency
    The first sign of a vitamin A deficiency is usually an inability of the eyes to adapt to . get adequate amounts of vitamin A, although they get most of it as retinol, not as carotenoids. . That said, even among generally well nourished people, some people are at higher risk of vitamin A deficiency, including alcoholics, the .
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    Pyridoxine (Vitamin B-6)
    A vitamin B6 deficiency can result in a form of anemia that is similar to iron . supplements of this vitamin do not enhance them in well-nourished individuals. . Alcoholics and older adults are more likely to have inadequate vitamin B6 intakes .
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    Learn about scurvy and other symptoms of vitamin C deficiency. . on a diet containing no vitamin C for this drop to occur in an otherwise well-nourished person. . Learn more about these 13 alcoholic beverages that you can make yourself.
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    Does My Baby Need Vitamins? : KellyMom
    Jul 26, 2011 . No known deficiencies of vitamin E have been described in healthy term . for vitamin K supplements to breastfed infants with well-nourished .
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  11. Chris says:

    Sports Nutrition and Sports Performance
    Water, Carbohydrates, Proteins, Nutrients, Vitamins, Food Groups, Minerals. . supplements will NOT, in general, enhance exercise performance in well- nourished and . Alcohol: MS - neuromuscular relaxation. Antioxidants. ME - muscle tissue . Research indicates that a vitamin deficiency may adversely affect physical .
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  13. Alcoholism
    Although not traditionally thought of as a medical problem, a 2000 review of . Vitamin B1 deficiencies can also lead to peripheral neuropathy, a condition that . Even apparently well-nourished people with alcoholism may be deficient in .
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    'Thank you' is not enough but that is all I have right now, besides spreading the word. . steps" of A.A., or just plain stop drinking on their own, if they were optimally nourished. . Alcohol causes thiamin (vitamin B-1) deficiency in particular, and a . of either sugar or alcohol is well known to increase our need for the vitamins .
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  14. Alcoholism - Complications - HealthScout
    Jan 13, 2011 . Intoxicated diabetics may not be able to recognize symptoms of . apparently well -nourished people with alcoholism may be deficient in important nutrients. Deficiencies in vitamin B pose particular health risks in people with .
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    Alcoholism - Complications - HealthCentral.com
    Jan 13, 2011 . Drinking too much alcohol can cause immediate mild neurologic . on length and severity of alcohol abuse, neurologic damage may not be . Even apparently well -nourished people with alcoholism may be deficient in important nutrients. Deficiencies in vitamin B pose particular health risks in people with .
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    Vitamin B6 - Medpedia
    A vitamin B6 deficiency usually does not produce symptoms, and . but supplements of this vitamin do not enhance them in well-nourished individuals. . Alcohol abuse can result in neuropathy, abnormal nerve sensations in the arms and legs .
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    To document the profile and role of malnutrition in alcoholic hepatitis, compared . 3) based on our results, we hypothesize that malnutrition may not play a primary . deficiencies as well as toxic interactions with vitamin A and beta- carotene. . we studied 40 asymptomatic, well-nourished, chronic alcoholics ( mean age, 42.6 .
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  19. B Complex Vitamins
    Thiamin deficiency often occurs with other B vitamin deficiencies. . Alcoholics, who often substitute alcohol for food and thus do not consume enough thiamin, . supplements of this vitamin do not enhance them in well-nourished individuals .
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  21. Alcoholism - In-Depth Report - NY Times Health
    This physical dependence, however, is not the sole cause of alcoholism. . Even apparently well-nourished people with alcoholism may be deficient in important nutrients. Deficiencies in vitamin B pose particular health risks in people with .
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    Thiamine in Nutrition Therapy
    Jan 4, 2012 . Alcoholism is not the only risk factor for thiamine deficiency, and thiamine deficiency is often not suspected in seemingly well-nourished or even . The attitude that one size fits all is not applicable to vitamin and trace element .
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    Causes of vitamin B and folate deficiency
    risk for vitamin B12 deficiency, evidence now indicates that low intakes of . of which is not well understood. When the . The liver of well-nourished newborn infants contains only 25 to . model, the onset of alcoholic liver disease was much .
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    unassociated with nutritional deficiency. A different . holics with heart failure had no vitamin deficiency or . These are observations in a single, well-nourished .
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    Nutritional Deficiencies | Learn Pediatrics
    Aug 30, 2011 . The two most common are iron and vitamin D deficiency. Iron Deficiency. In general, iron deficiency presents as microcytic anemia in a well-nourished infant . for dietary iron deficiency by hemoglobin levels, but this is generally not very . In Teens · Pediatric Neck Mass · Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder .
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    Deficiencies or excesses of certain vitamins or minerals can damage nerves in . Alcoholic beverages provide energy but virtually no vitamins or minerals. . Vitamin E, A major antioxidant; supplies oxygen to blood; provides nourishment to cells; . Another form of iron that is not as well absorbed as the form in animal foods .
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    Nutritional Programs for Alcohol Detoxification
    Alcohol is not converted to glucose for use or to glycogen for storage, which is a . Chronic use of alcohol, probably with associated B vitamin deficiencies, may . be very well nourished to handle pregnancy, alcohol is an added stress, irritant, .
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    Optic neuropathy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    In many cases, only one eye is affected and patients may not be aware of the loss of . Genetic mutations in mitochondrial DNA, vitamin depletion, alcohol and . and vitamin B12 deficiency can even be seen in well-nourished individuals.
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    THE ROLE OF ETHANOL IN CARDIAC DISEASE!
    A recent nutritional survey of alcoholics who were generally considered not to be indigent revealed a relatively low incidence of nutritional deficiency, . the only unequivocal structural abnormalities in the relatively well-nourished ani .
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    Homocysteine - Food for the Brain
    Homocysteine is not obtained from the diet, instead, it is biosynthesized from . poor lifestyle especially smoking and high coffee and alcohol intake, some . is far too high in well-nourished populations without obvious vitamin deficiency23, 24.
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    Families and health workers can find out if children are well nourished or . There is likely to be a vitamin A deficiency problem in the area if the death rate for . what not to eat - fatty and sugary foods and alcoholic drinks (e.g. 1 litre of beer .
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  38. Alcoholism - Avera Health
    A person is affected by the amount of alcohol consumed, not the type. . People who are alcohol dependent should be sure to take vitamin and mineral supplements. Even apparently well-nourished people with alcoholism may be deficient in .
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  39. Timon says:

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    A person is affected by the amount of alcohol consumed, not the type. . People who are alcohol dependent should be sure to take vitamin and mineral supplements. Even apparently well-nourished people with alcoholism may be deficient in .
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    Cigarette Smoking, Alcohol Use and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes ...
    May 1, 2003 . Plasma levels of vitamin E, vitamin A and -carotene are not . both well- nourished and nutrient-deficient pregnant animals and humans were .
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    About Vitamin A - Daily Requirements, etc.
    Vitamin A, an unsaturated alcohol, is supplied in the diet as the preformed . or of permanent "goose flesh" to vitamin A deficiency is less well documented. . with vitamin A deficiency and has not been produced in experimental deficiency in man. . and ranges from about 75 to 200 pg. per 100 ml. in well nourished subjects.
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  40. Mark says:

    Are Alcoholics Usually Malnourished?
    "Alcoholics are some of the few people who truly have vitamin deficiency. . alcohol is rich in energy, but like sugar or fat, the calories consumed do not . Inflammation of the pancreas and damage to the brain and heart are very likely as well.
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    Vitamin A deficiency is rare in industrialized nations but remains a concern in developing . episodes in malnourished children but not in well-nourished children. . the risk of adverse effects, especially among alcohol users and smokers. D .
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    Pancytopenia and folate deficiency in alcoholics
    to folate deficiency has been reported as a complica- tion of intravenous nutrition and haemodialysis it has not been well documented in alcoholics with liver .
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    Vitamin A (retinol)
    Vitamin A deficiency is rare in industrialized nations but remains .
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    What-Is-Alcoholism?
    (This deficiency is not completely protective against drinking, however, . well- nourished people with alcoholism may be deficient in important vitamins, such as .
    http://www.recovery-world.com/What-Is-Alcoholism.html

    Alcoholic cardiomyopathy - Elsevier
    However, many patients with alcoholic cardiomyopathy are well * From the . fact that alcoholic cardiomyopathy in the early stages may be found in well nourished patients. . The heart was not enlarged, and the electrocardiographic findings were . all the findings to chronic alcoholism, malnutrition and vitamin deficiency.
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  41. What Is Wet Brain?
    Chronic, heavy alcohol consumption can lead to a thiamine deficiency which can then . of chronic heavy drinking on cognitive abilities in well nourished individuals . amounts sweets and no vitamins or other food--this can bring on wet brain.
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    Thinking about Prenatal Nutrition and Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS ...
    [Alcohol and B1 vitamin deficiency-related stillbirths. . thiamin because there are no well-established toxic effects from the . as well-nourished alcoholics do.
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    Vitamin C and risk of coronary heart disease in women -- Osganian ...
    However, most studies conducted with well-nourished populations have not . use of vitamin C supplements and use of vitamin E supplements, alcohol intake, . baseline plasma vitamin C levels were considered deficient (<11.4 mol/l) (12) .
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  45. frustrated says:

    Maternal And Child Nutrition - Maternal Nutrition - Healthy ...
    Well-nourished mothers who gain appropriate amounts of weight during pregnancy . Supplements, although usually recommended, are not always associated with . Although specific vitamin deficiencies have been shown to induce . birth as a result of alcohol withdrawal; and impaired physical and mental development .
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  46. Ricardo says:

    Deficiency Diseases
    Results 1 - 20 . Links to information about diseases caused by dietary deficiencies, including . Links to information on the use of Vitamin K to prevent serious . There is no scientific basis to the theory that milk encourages extra mucous production. . Description: While the amount of vitamin A in well-nourished mothers' .
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  47. Tim says:

    Relationships Between Nutrition, Alcohol Use, and Liver Disease
    experience deficiencies in proteins and vitamins, particularly vitamin A, which may contribute to . alcohol administered did not exceed the amount routinely .
    http://pubs.niaaa.nih.gov/publications/arh27-3/220-231.pdf

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  48. cedric says:

    Interrelationships of alcohol intake with blood vitamin status in ...
    Drinkers did not have a higher risk rate for a biochemical vitamin deficiency of . deficiency is unusual in well-nourished patients with or without alcoholic liver .
    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0271531705802921


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    Vitamin A - Health Facts
    Feb 26, 2012 . It is also known as retinol because it is an alcohol and is involved in the . Without proper corpus luteum functioning, progesterone levels will not be adequate; this . well-nourished children as 50% are also vitamin A deficient.
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    Alcoholism
    Jan 13, 2011 . A person is affected by the amount of alcohol consumed, not the type. . Even apparently well-nourished people with alcoholism may be deficient in . Vitamin B12 deficiencies can also lead to peripheral neuropathy, .
    http://www.advocatehealth.com/body.cfm?id=22&action=detail&AEProductID=Adam2004_10&AEArticleID=000056

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  50. Brad Smith says:

    Alcoholism - Shands Healthcare
    Jan 22, 2009 . Vitamin B12 deficiencies can lead to peripheral neuropathy and . Inheriting genetic traits does not doom a child to an alcoholic future. . Even apparently well-nourished people with alcoholism may be deficient in important .
    http://www.shands.org/health/In-depth%20Reports/10/000056.htm

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  51. The Facts About Vitamins
    Unlike protein, fat or carbohydrates, vitamins are not used for energy or building . Destroyed by: Heavy alcohol intake, cigarettes, cooking at high temperatures, . become deficient - providing, of course, you're well nourished to begin with.
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    Data concerning adverse effects are not sufficient to set a Tolerable Upper Intake . Lack of thiamin causes the deficiency disease called beriberi, which has been . deficiency has been mainly found in association with chronic alcoholism, . The thiamin content of human milk was similar for well-nourished mothers who .
    http://www.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=6015&page=58

    Alcoholism - Health Information - Walgreens
    Jan 13, 2011 . A person is affected by the amount of alcohol consumed, not the type. . Even apparently well-nourished people with alcoholism may be deficient in . Vitamin B12 deficiencies can also lead to peripheral neuropathy, .
    http://www.walgreens.com/library/contents.jsp?docid=000056&doctype=10

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  52. Flair says:

    Food & Performance | Marathon Training
    Not all necessary nutrients are contained in any one food and an intake of what . the American public towards consumption of fats, simple sugars and alcohol led . that the average American on a balanced diet suffers from vitamin deficiency. . to support the use of vitamin supplements by well nourished athletes or other .
    http://www.runtheplanet.com/trainingracing/marathon/foodform.asp

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  53. Flair says:

    Alcoholism - In Depth Report
    Jan 13, 2011 . A person is affected by the amount of alcohol consumed, not the type. . well- nourished people with alcoholism may be deficient in important nutrients. Deficiencies in vitamin B pose particular health risks in people with .
    http://www.qualityhealth.com/health-encyclopedia/in-depth-reports/alcoholism

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  54. Anup Vishwakarma says:

    Vitamin A
    Vitamin A deficiency can contribute to anemia, supplementing with this vitamin may restore levels and . Thus, vitamin A-depleted alcoholics require a doctor's intervention, including . Vitamin A provided no benefit to the well-nourished kids.
    http://www.peacehealth.org/xhtml/content/cam/hn-2921003.html

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  55. Padiamon says:

    Environmental Pathology - Complications of Chronic Alcoholism
    However, when carefully tested clinically, even well-nourished alcoholics usually . Alcohol inhibits the active transport of amino acids, thiamine, and vitamin B12. . to a deficiency of folic acid is not uncommon in malnourished alcoholics.
    http://www.surgical-pathology.com/alcoholism_complication.htm

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  56. Vladimir says:

    Weakened Immune System - Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment and ...
    Excessive fat, alcohol or refined sugar consumption or inadequate protein, calorie, vitamin, . Nutrient deficiency is a well-known cause of immune system malfunction. . Because immune deficiency does not always present itself in clear patterns, . and being well-nourished; supplements such as TMG, zinc, vitamin C and .
    http://www.diagnose-me.com/cond/C47006.html

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  57. Lance says:

    B12 Status: Individual Cases
    This list does not include infants and toddlers which can be found in Vegan . Oral vitamin D3 and calcium were also given. . He had B12-deficiency anemia as well as rickets. . He had been vegan for "improved health," and did not smoke or drink alcohol. . She had been healthy previously and seemed well nourished.
    http://veganhealth.org/b12/cases

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  58. Deepak says:

    Abnormal vitamin D metabolism in patients with cirrhosis
    Cirrhosis, but not alcoholism, was associat- . patients with vitamin D deficiency ( 16), it was decid- . ly well nourished and none had any clinical, biochemical, .
    http://www.springerlink.com/index/M50406U06842V27Q.pdf


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Who needs vitamin B12 supplements? : KellyMom
Aug 2, 2011 . Infants of well-nourished mothers with adequate vitamin B12 intake do not . If the mother is not vitamin B12 deficient herself, then her milk is an .
http://kellymom.com/nutrition/vitamins/vitamin-b12/

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Case Study: A 90-Year-Old Man With Confusion and Night Sweats
. purpura requiring splenectomy, and vitamin B12 deficiency. He did not smoke or drink alcohol and he had no allergies. He took leuprolide via intramuscular injection every 3 months; vitamin B12, 1000 mg via intramuscular injection monthly; and . Physical examination showed a well-nourished man in no acute distress.
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What to Look for in a Multivitamin Supplement
. most vitamins and essential minerals will lead to better health for well- nourished people, . In many people, the ability to absorb vitamin B12 from food but not from . in men and postmenopausal women, iron deficiency is still common in children, . They include the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA ) as well as the .
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