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  1. ... taking thyroid hormone before you take fiber supplements, calcium, iron, multivitamins, aluminum hydroxide antacids, colestipol, or medicines that ...
  2. ... of the nutrient. VITAMINS AND MINERALS Vitamin D , calcium, iron, and potassium are the only micronutrients required to ...
  3. ... and vitamin D. You may need to take calcium and iron supplements as well. Aspirin, ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin), and ...
  4. ... amounts, but the most serious risk comes from iron or calcium. ... Intestinal bleeding (from iron) Appetite loss Constipation (from iron or calcium) Diarrhea, possibly bloody Nausea and vomiting Stomach pain ...
  5. ... their feedings. This gives them extra protein, calories, iron, calcium, and vitamins. Babies fed formula may need to take supplements of certain nutrients, including vitamins A, C, and ... well as iron and vitamin D supplements. Some babies will need ...
  6. ... can leave you short of nutrients like these: Calcium Fiber Folate Iron Niacin Riboflavin Thiamin To get all the vitamins ...
  7. ... are still soft. Your baby's body begins storing iron, calcium, and phosphorus. Weeks 35 to 37 Baby weighs ...
  8. ... in fiber Other nutrients your baby needs are: Calcium, for healthy growth. Iron, for the baby's blood supply. It also prevents ... Dairy products are a great source of protein, calcium, and phosphorus. ... protein, iron, and zinc. Fats and oils You need moderate ...
  9. ... are rich in plant protein, fiber, B-vitamins, iron, folate, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, and zinc. Most beans are also low in fat. Legumes are similar to meat in nutrients, but with lower iron levels and no saturated fats. The high protein ...
  10. ... of kidney stones in some people. Too much calcium can prevent the body from absorbing iron, zinc, magnesium, and phosphorus. Antacids have other ingredients ...
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