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Vitamins and minerals are essential chemicals and elements obtained through proper diets and nutrition for healthy human body growth and development.
Before an infant is born, vitamins (especially folate), elements and minerals such as calcium and iron ingested by expectant mothers provide the building blocks for healthy baby's blood, bones and nervous systems. After birth, vitamins and minerals are needed by human beings through adolescence into adulthood. Absence or deficiency of vitamins or minerals can cause a variety of abnormalities of growth and development as well as significant disorders in adults.
Careful history and physical examinations, along with ancillary testing, including clinical laboratory testing, help assess the statue of vitamin and mineral intake and balance in human beings. Early detection of deficiency or excess of vitamins or minerals is useful in personal health management. Clinical laboratory tests for vitamin and mineral balance are available to our customers.
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