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Who should use molybdenum?

Molybdenum is a mineral that everybody needs for growth and health, but necessary amounts of it usually are included in a person's normal diet. Molybdenum supplements should only be taken by those who are unable to get sufficient amounts in their daily dietary intake. People who have unusual diets, are involved in a rapid weight loss regimen or who are malnourished, may require supplemental molybdenum. 

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