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Who should not use molybdenum?

Molybdenum supplements should not be taken to prevent molybdenum deficiency.  Instead of taking supplements, you should ask your doctor how you can improve your diet. Molybdenum deficiency is rare, so more often than not you are able to obtain the recommended daily amount of molybdenum in your normal diet.

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