Vitamin-deficiency-symptoms

Vitamins are organic substances that the body needs to function, but it can not synthesize itself, or at least not entirely. Therefore, nutritionists recommend a healthy, balanced diet that ensures proper and adequate nutritional intake. Moreover, when a vitamin deficiency occurs, several symptoms appear. Here, we have grouped together the common symptoms indicating a vitamin deficiency.
Sometimes we notice the appearance of some ailments and certain changes in different parts of our body, without that we get to determine the exact cause. Moreover, lack of vitamin is one of the few assumptions which we believe. According to the study SUVIMAX (Supplementation in Vitamins and Minerals Antioxidants) and several other studies conducted around the world, 10 to 50% of the industrialized countries population suffer from vitamins deficiency, with an increasing deficit of vitamin D during the winter, which reaches 80 to 90% of the population.

Vitamin deficiency symptoms:

1 - Lips cracked
Chapped lips, cracked with formwork and the corners are one of the signs of a lack of vitamins and minerals, including zinc, iron and vitamins B2, B3 and B12. These deficiencies are generally present among vegetarians, whose diets do not allow for these vitamins in sufficient quantities.
Solution: To remedy this lack and to have a hydrated and beautiful lips, it is advisable to consume a larger amount of chard, nuts, legumes (lentils), poultry, fish (tuna and salmon), eggs and seafood. for a better absorption of iron, remember to consume vitamin C, contained in broccoli, red peppers, cabbage and cauliflower.
2. Muscle cramps, severe pain in the fingers, wrists, feet, legs and back
These evils appear with deficiency or imbalance of minerals, including potassium, calcium and magnesium, needed for healthy bones and muscles and to ensure their proper functioning. Their lack in the body can be caused by excessive stress or excessive sweating due to strenuous physical activity.
Solution: Eat more foods rich in these three minerals. Among them: bananas, almonds, hazelnuts, zucchini, apple, grapefruit, broccoli, cherries and dark leafy green vegetables.
3- Skin redness and hair loss
If you lose your hair and you notice the appearance of unexplained rash on your face or other parts of your body, you're probably lack of vitamin B8 (biotin), known for its restorative and protective hair and skin. Besides, if you are a raw egg consumer, you are more likely to fail because avidin (protein) present in raw eggs prevents its absorption.
Solution: choose eggs cooked because heat helps degrade avidin. Also consume more avocado, mushrooms, cauliflower, soybeans, bananas and raspberries.
4 Red or white pimples, similar to acne, the skin of the face, arms, thighs and back
If you suffer from red and white buttons that resemble acne pimples, but are harder and more painful, you are probably in need of essential fatty acids, vitamin A and vitamin D.
Essential fatty acids have a role to strengthen the skin's structure and ensure hydration, which helps maintain its elasticity and suppleness. They are also very effective against inflammations and rashes and promote healing.
Vitamin D is very beneficial to the skin which provides moisture and protects against certain diseases such as psoriasis. As for vitamin A, it helps regenerate cells and preserve skin tissues.
Solution: Eat more essential fatty acids and avoid saturated and trans fats. therefore prefer salmon, sardines, walnuts, almonds, seeds, flax and hemp.
What is pure vitamin A, you can find it in green vegetables, carrots, red peppers and sweet potatoes. For vitamin D, you can enhance its synthesizing by exposing yourself to the sun.
5- A sensation of tingling and numbness in hands, feet or other body part
These sensations may be accompanied by other problems, such as anemia, fatigue, depression and hormonal disorders are usually due to a peripheral nerve damage connecting the brain and internal organs, skin, muscle and Blood vessels. They are caused by a deficiency in folic acid (vitamin B9), vitamin B6 and B12.
Solution: Include in your diet, a greater amount of spinach, asparagus, beets, eggs, seafood, crab and chicken meat.

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