not only replete nutrient status more rapidly but also replete immune responses. So I think what we need is to fine-tune these ''yeses'' to identify the nutrients, the amounts, and the period over which such repletion has to take place.
DOUGLAS WILMORE: Those may all be different in different situations.
RANJIT CHANDRA: Certainly.
ROBERT NESHEIM: I think we need to take our coffee break. Actually, I think that those questions you pose are ones that the committee is going to have to deal with in the next couple of days, and hopefully, from an analysis of all of the information we have, we can make some recommendations. That certainly spells out our task.
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