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  1. ... who have HIV/AIDS, diabetes, malabsorption syndrome (problems absorbing food), or have had bariatric surgery (an operation ... you drink alcohol or if you have problems absorbing food or if you are receiving dialysis treatments. ...
  2. ... or who have gastrointestinal (GI) malabsorption problems (problems absorbing food). Vitamin E is also used to treat ...
  3. ... breathing, digestion, and reproduction) and malabsorption problems (problems absorbing food). Vitamin A is used to prevent and ...
  4. Vitamin B12 From the National Institutes of Health (National Institutes of Health, Office of Dietary Supplements)  
    ... foods they eat. But some people have trouble absorbing vitamin B12 from food. The body absorbs vitamin ... intrinsic factor. As a result, they have trouble absorbing vitamin B12 from foods and dietary supplements. Vitamin ...
  5. ... over the long term. It becomes better at absorbing zinc and reducing zinc loss. ... over the long term, becoming more efficient at absorbing zinc and reducing zinc losses.Fiber-containing foodsEating ...
  6. Vitamin D From the National Institutes of Health (National Institutes of Health, Office of Dietary Supplements)  
    ... with fat, so if your body has trouble absorbing fat, it will also have trouble absorbing vitamin D. People who are obese or have ...
  7. ... and must be consumed from the diet. After absorbing L-tryptophan from food, the body converts some ...
  8. ... bran might work by keeping the gut from absorbing substances that can lead to heart disease, high ...
  9. Riboflavin From the National Institutes of Health (National Institutes of Health, Office of Dietary Supplements)  
    ... deficiency . This disorder prevents the body from properly absorbing and using riboflavin, causing riboflavin deficiency What happens ...
  10. ... of alcohol, if you have malabsorption syndrome (problems absorbing food), or are taking medication to treat seizures. ...
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