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Most people obtain vitamin D from cutaneous production, meaning sun exposure and supplementation, not food sources.CorrectIncorrect
What patient population(s) should supplement with zinc?CorrectIncorrect
What should reference ranges of vitamin D be specific to in each patient?CorrectIncorrect
Which type of condition(s) make absorption of dietary vitamin D difficult?CorrectIncorrect
What is the hallmark condition for vitamin D toxicity?CorrectIncorrect
What dietary factor protects against kidney stones?CorrectIncorrect
What protects against vitamin D toxicity?CorrectIncorrect
Signs and symptoms of copper deficiency include which of the following?CorrectIncorrect
Although there is more concern about copper toxicity than deficiency in the functional medicine world, the reality may be that deficiency is more common.CorrectIncorrect
An elevated copper-to-zinc ratio is often an indicator of inflammation, as well as what other condition(s)?CorrectIncorrect