Most Americans are getting enough vitamins, CDC says

04/3/2012 | WebMD · Nurse.com

The U.S. population overall has good levels of vitamins A and D and folate in their diets, but deficiency rates for vitamins and nutrients differ by age, gender and race/ethnicity, a CDC report found. Researchers noted that young women had the lowest levels of iodine, and non-Hispanic blacks had the highest rates of vitamin D deficiency.

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