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-With a couple of possible ​exceptions, it is unnecessary for most Marshall Protocol (MP) patients to supplement with vitamins or minerals. A balanced diet of [[home:​food:​real_foods|whole foods]] usually offers a person all the nutrients needed for good health. While nutritional supplements including multivitamins are wildly popular, there is no solid evidence that they contribute to long-term health, reduce symptoms, or cure chronic disease.+With a couple of exceptions, it is unnecessary for most Marshall Protocol (MP) patients to supplement with vitamins or minerals. A balanced diet of [[home:​food:​real_foods|whole foods]] usually offers a person all the nutrients needed for good health. While nutritional supplements including multivitamins are wildly popular, there is no solid evidence that they contribute to long-term health, reduce symptoms, or cure chronic disease.
  
 Patients who are concerned that their diet is less than ideal should study the [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Reference_Daily_Intake|Reference Daily Intake]] (RDI) values of the standard nutrients against their diet to determine if they are deficient. Patients should not consume more nutrients than what is recommended than the RDI. Note that both vitamin D and supplemented (not naturally occurring) folic acid are contraindicated. Patients who are concerned that their diet is less than ideal should study the [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Reference_Daily_Intake|Reference Daily Intake]] (RDI) values of the standard nutrients against their diet to determine if they are deficient. Patients should not consume more nutrients than what is recommended than the RDI. Note that both vitamin D and supplemented (not naturally occurring) folic acid are contraindicated.
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