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I am wondering what to do for a young adult that is healthy. She is saying she is not hungry and she does not eat. I have tried to cook her favorite foods and keep fruits and and vegatables that she eats. She is just not eating. I have gotten her vitamins to keep her nutrition, but she is not taking those either. She works two different jobs and she is a full time college student. She just says that she is to busy to eat. She works as a caregiver for a special needs child and she works retail.  What should I do?
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Sounds like she is very busy. A daily regular multi-vitamin is important for someone who is very busy. Thank you for your question.
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