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Do You Have a B-Complex Deficiency? Symptoms:
- Weakness, Tiredness, Lightheadedness
- Constipation, Diarrhea, Loss of Appetite
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These essential vitamins are: Vitamin B-1 (Thiamine), B-2 (Riboflavin), B-3 (Niacin), B-5 (Pantothenic Acid), B-6 (pyridoxine), Vitamin B-9 (Folate) and B-12 (Cobalamin).
Each element of the B-Complex vitamin has its own specific duty within the body, yet it is when they function as a whole that the B-Complex vitamin truly helps the body to remain heathy and balanced. Research study has shown that the B-Complex vitamin can be very helpful in reducing the signs of stress and anxiety. As B vitamins are water soluble, it is important that a sufficient amount of these vitamins are taken each day.
Do You Have a Calcium Deficiency? Symptoms:
- Numbness, Tingling Fingers, Muscle Cramps
- Mental Confusion, Lethargy, Loss of Appetite
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Calcium is the most common mineral found in the body and is required for the formation of bones and for bodily functions like muscle contractions and blood clotting. Calcium also plays a roll in cardiovascular function and muscle movement.
Calcium shortage can weaken the bones, especially in older individuals. The body stores more than 99% of its calcium in the bones and teeth to help keep them strong. In addition to building bones and keeping them healthy, calcium helps our nerves send messages for muscle contraction. Unfortunately, our bodies cannot produce new calcium. The exact amount of calcium you need depends on your age and other factors.
Do You Have a Glutathione Deficiency? Symptoms:
- Headaches, Dizziness, Lethargy
- Joint Pain, Rashes, Dry Skin
- Sleep Disorders, Depression
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Glutathione, also know as the “Mother of All Antioxidants”, is a substance that is made up of three amino acids existing in almost every cell in the body. Glutathione is a molecule made up of three protein building blocks, cysteine, glutamine and glycine. The presence of glutathione helps maintain the normal function of the immune system, thus promoting the body’s overall health. Scientific evidence was found stating the significant role of glutathione in the multiplication of lymphocytes, the cells that mediate specific immunity.
The body manufactures glutathione in a variety of ways. In the event that these amino acids are depleted, the body can use foods like lean proteins such as chicken, fish and nuts among others to boost your body’s reserves.
Do You Have a Magnesium Deficiency? Symptoms:
- Muscle Cramps, High Blood Pressure, Hypertension
- Anxiety, Depression, Sleep Disorders
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Approximately half of the Magnesium in the body is found in the bones. The lower levels of Magnesium in a person’s body the more likely you are to develop certain illnesses and diseases.
Magnesium also helps to control neuromuscular activities of the heart and helps to keep the heart beating regularly. It can also help to keep the person’s blood pressure level normal for a period of time. The human body has over three hundred biochemical processes in the body that requires Magnesium.
According to the National Research Council individuals need between three to four hundred milligrams of Magnesium daily to get the recommended allowances. Statistics show that many individuals do not take the recommended dosages of Magnesium.
Do You Have a Vitamin B-6 Deficiency? Symptoms:
- Muscle Pains, Lethargy, Mood Swings
- Depression, Irritability
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Like the other B Vitamins, Vitamin B-6 helps support the adrenal function, plays a large role in the metabolic process, heart health, and helps maintain a healthy nervous system.
Vitamin B-6 is absorbed and then used throughout the body for several different types of functions. It helps support the production of energy by converting the food into energy. Great sources of Vitamin B-6 can be found in pork, poultry, fish, bread, eggs, vegetables, peanuts, milk and potatoes.
Do You Have a Vitamin B-5 Deficiency? Symptoms:
- Dizziness, Cramps, Muscle Weakness
- Depression, Lethargy, Nausea
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Vitamin B-5 is has been known to be beneficial in treating stress and anxiety. It also helps to boost immunity, reduce signs of aging, helps to increase resistance to various types of infections, stimulate physical growth, and promote healing of certain kinds of skin disorders.
Similar to other B vitamins, Vitamin B-5 helps the body breakdown proteins, fats and carbohydrates so they can be as energy and in the building and rebuilding of tissues, organs and muscles. Vitamin B-5, in particular, has several other functions which include synthesizing cholesterol, converting food into glucose, and forming red blood cells.
Do You Have a Vitamin B-12 Deficiency? Symptoms:
- Pale, Weakness, Fatigue
- Disturbed Vision, Mood Swings, Dizziness
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Vitamin B-12 helps with cell metabolism, nerve function, red blood cell formation, and the production of DNA. Studies are supporting the use of Vitamin B-12 to boost energy levels, improve mood swings, and promote bone and heart health.
Vitamin B-12 can be found in most meats, poultry, fish and dairy products. You are more likely to have a deficiency if you follow a vegan or vegetarian diet because plant based foods do not contain B-12. So if your body has difficulty processing Vitamin B-12 or you are unable to absorb it from the food you eat, you may need a supplement to help!
Do You Have a Vitamin C Deficiency? Symptoms:
- Fatigue, Mood Swings, Weight Loss
- Muscle Cramps, Bruising, Dry Skin
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Vitamin C is a very powerful antioxidant that can strengthen your body’s natural defenses against infectious diseases. Vitamin C has been linked to numerous health benefits like boosting your immune system, lowering blood pressure, increasing antioxidant levels, promoting iron absorption, reducing the risk of heart disease and protesting against gout attacked. Vitamin C also produces collagen production and cell turnover which leaves your skin looking healthier.
Since your body does not produce it naturally, Vitamin C is available from many different sources. Especially good sources are citrus fruits, strawberries, kiwi, bell peppers, kale, spinach and broccoli.
Do You Have a Zinc Deficiency?
- Loss of Appetite, Diarrhea
- Fatigue, Impaired Healing
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Zinc plays numerous important roles in your body. It is vital for development and growth, immune function, nerve function and digestion. This mineral is also instrumental in DNA synthesis, protein production and skin health as well. That is just to name a few of over 300 activities that Zinc is used for in your body. Since Zinc is not produced by your body, you have to obtain this essential nutrient from other sources. Foods rich in Zinc include shellfish, red meat, poultry, nuts, seeds, dairy products and some vegetables like asparagus, peas, kale and mushrooms. Most people are able to get the needed amount from their diet, but sometimes a supplement is needed.
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