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It is to be recognized that the pool of similar studies is quite small, and very similar methodologies used in the critiqued study were used with the exception of more advanced software to decipher outliers, which may contribute to the similarities in results. Though the many of the found inadequacies are not just subject to pregnant women, but the Canadian population as a whole and the fact that regulated supplementation recommendations brought the inadequate nature of most pregnant women in the study upto adequacy, it is likely that the results are sound with the occurrences and previous research. The overarching downfalls however of this study are, how it can be applied or used for further research or even a contributing factor to the meta pool analysis, when the sampled population is an inaccurate representation of the Quebec residents, and while the data and collection methods did not make use of biodata markers to ensure accuracy, and the fact that the cohort study was but a small snapshot of diet intake of the overall pregnancy of sampled individuals. However since most studies in relevance did not use biological data, nor were the population sizes larger, nor did the related studies conduct longer experimentation times, this study falls right in place with a wide area of study that needs to be revisited, direly. NURS 328
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