Just wanted to add that if you are tracking using food labels, there will be a lack of vitamins and minerals. They are not required to list most of them. So if I buy fresh broccoli, and use the SP values for " broccoli, fresh ", I get loads of nutrition, while if I eat a bag of frozen broccoli, and use the label, I get only what is required to be listed. So i may think I am low in B-vitamins, when really I am fine.
If you are worried, I would suggest having your doctor get you tested and see if you are low in something, or see a dietitian, who will be able to look at your menu, and let you know if you are missing anything. If you are tracking based on these labels that you input yourself, you may think you have a problem, when you do not. You don't want too much either.
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