Clinical use of Vitamins

The vitamin requirement of the human body is usually met by adequate nutrition. Vitamin supplementation is of no proven efficacy in the prevention of diseases.

Risk groups for vitamin deficiencies include young children, the elderly with inadequate food intake, alcoholics and patients suffering from severe systemic diseases. In these groups the prophylactic use of vitamins may be beneficial and diagnosed vitamin deficiencies should be actively treated.


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