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Some vitamins are water soluble, while others are fat soluble. That is, vitamins need either water or fat to help dissolve them and transport them through the body. Without enough fat, your body cannot digest, transport and store the fat soluble vitamins. (However, too many of the fat soluble vitamins, usually through supplements and pills can cause vitamin poisoning.) Too little fat in the diet can also cause other health problems.

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