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Vitamin D: Vitamin D: sources and notes

> National Agency for Food Safety (ANSES), Berkane N., et al.

> Ciqual 2012, National Agency for Food Safety, Environment and Labor (ANSES).

> Practitioner's Review, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 2005, 33-35.

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