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Healthy adults who eat a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, low-fat dairy products, lean meats, and fish likely do not need to use supplements. Some exceptions to this general rule may include people with certain medical conditions and those who have a poor appetite or a hard time acquiring nutritious food. Consult a doctor or dietitian for help with determining if you need to be taking supplements and how to do so safely. When choosing or using supplements, check the labels for ingredients and serving sizes, don't take more than the recommended daily values, monitor your diet, and look out for recalls and alerts.
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