Everyone on the Lion Diet and figuring out their health should have their micronutrients tested and stool tested at least once at the beginning of your health journey so you have some data. If you do the diet for a while and feel good, then start feeling bad, test again. When you’re suffering from chronic illness, you want as much data as possible regarding your health. Please read THIS article for more info. If your vitamins are depleted, the first thing you should check is whether you have been or are currently being exposed to mold or a water-damaged building. This can absolutely plummet vitamin levels regardless of diet. If you have bloodwork done and it shows you are lacking a vitamin or nutrient, either before or while on the diet, supplementing is probably a good idea. I prefer vitamin IVs over oral supplementation. If you go the oral route, be careful of supplements that have fillers that can cause a reaction like stearic acid. There are versions of supplements without fillers but they can be more expensive. You can try to buy the pure powders, or better yet – hit up a naturopath (or even a Botox clinic/beauty salon) and get their IV vitamin infusions. This can boost you up while your body recovers and won’t cause an autoimmune reaction like pills with fillers can. Also, make sure you’re not exposed to anything water damaged which could be producing mold! Lastly, eating excess amounts of organs and supplementing organs may cause high levels of vitamin A and vitamin C deficiency if you’re on an only meat diet. I do not recommend organ supplementing. On occasion is fine.