Young children may suffer when family opts for low-fat diet

04/12/2005 | MSNBC

Adults following low-fat diets for their families may be preventing their children from getting recommended vitamins such as C and E, a small study suggests. However, some medical experts challenged the nutritionist who led the study and her recommendation that children should take multivitamins or drink fruit juice to offset possible deficiencies.

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