The Reality But Often Ignored Topic of Widespread Nutrient Deficiency

Executive Summary

  • There is a widespread nutrient deficiency in the population.
  • This information is not incorporated into the advice provided by health authorities when they discuss nutrition supplements.

Introduction

The majority of health authorities and MDs oppose nutrient supplements, although confusingly they acknowledge there is widespread nutrient deficiency. This topic came up so many times as I analyzed the recommendations from health authorities, that it made sense to centralize the topic of nutrient deficiency in one article.

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