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The Associated Press reports on a new study by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln saying that children who are on low fat diets – generally because their parents are using this method of losing weight – often can be consuming a shortage of the necessary levels of vitamin C and vitamin E.

Such shortages generally are uncommon in the US, where children usually eat enough of the right foods to satisfy minimum daily requirements.
KC's View:
Sometimes it’s like we adults look for new ways to screw up our kids.