Findings from CDC's second nutrition report
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Findings from CDC's second nutrition report

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      The results from CDC's Second Nutrition Report are in, and there's lots of good news.

      The CDC report presents information on 58 measures of diet and nutrition in the body to give us a snapshot of the nutrition status of the U.S. population.

      The results? Americans are doing pretty well: More than 9 out of 10 people are getting enough of some important vitamins and nutrients.

      Here's a closer look at 4 specific measures.

      Second national report on biochemical indicators of diet and nutrition in the U.S. population. 2012.

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      • Folic Acid Fortification: A public health success story

      • Iodine: An ongoing challenge

      • Non-Hispanic Black Americans aren't getting enough vitamin D

      • Some women and children are at increased risk for iron deficiency

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