Vitamins

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*Hypercalcaemia- linked to excess Vitamin D  
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*[[Hypercalcaemia|Hypercalcaemia]] - linked to excess [[Vitamin D|Vitamin D]]
*Scurvy- linked to deficiency of Vitamin C  
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*[[Scurvy|Scurvy]] - linked to deficiency of [[Vitamin C|Vitamin C]]
*Peripheral Neuropathy- linked to taking more than the recommended amount of Vitamin B6 for a prolonged period of time 
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*[[Peripheral Neuropathy|Peripheral Neuropathy]] - linked to taking more than the recommended amount of [[Vitamin B6|Vitamin B6]] for a prolonged period of time 

Latest revision as of 19:10, 23 October 2017

Vitamins are required by the human body and allow the body to function normally and carry out regular functions. Vitamins, when taken in the correct quantities, contribute to a healthy and balanced diet.

When vitamins are taken in incorrect amounts it can lead to disease.

Some examples include:

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