avitaminosis


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For this reasons [sic] tooth diseases, avitaminosis and gastric diseases are widely spread among them.
In Sierra Leone, the fruits are regarded as a remedy for A and B avitaminosis.
There is no information available so far on the requirement of pyridoxine and its avitaminosis in any mollusc species.
The role of antioxidants in promoting health is universally applauded, yet in dietary regimes recommending a much reduced fatty diet intake of the lipidic antioxidant vitamins is curtailed, resulting in potential avitaminosis unless accompanied by separate vitamin supplementation.