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Malabsorbtion of nutrients is often associated with CFS. Technically we should note:

"Although malabsorption generally denotes any defect in the absorptive process, the term strictly refers to the defective mucosal absorption of nutrients. Maldigestion denotes impaired nutrient hydrolysis."

Both maldigestion and malabsorption of nutrients results in malassimilation and thus: malnutrition and deficiencies.

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