See the book How Not to Die for more here: https://www.amazon.com/How-Not-Die-Discover-Scientifically/d...
The only real thing missing is B12 and of that the body needs so tiny amounts that every idiot can supplement it easily.
The only reason I found out was because I got a compression fracture of one of the T vertebrae while snowboarding (just riding, too---no crash or anything like that). My point being that I felt otherwise completely normal so somebody with a sedentary lifestyle may not notice until it gets really bad.
Vitamin D facilitates calcium absorption; my calcium levels were normal. I think regular diets are more resistant to lower vitamin D levels because they contain more calcium on average.