Symptoms of Vitamin Deficiencies!

16 04 2011

SYMPTOMS OF DEFICIENCIES

The body can store only limited amounts of water-soluble vitamins, so a regular intake is needed.  Deficiency of these nutrients is more likely than a deficiency of fat-soluble vitamins, which can be stored for considerable lengths of time.  The following list summarizes common symptoms of vitamin deficiencies:

BIOTIN:  fatigue, poor appetite, nausea, scaly skin, muscle pains

FOLATE:  weakness due to anemia, sore mouth and tongue

VITAMIN A:  night blindness, dry and scaly skin, poor growth in children

VITAMIN B1 (THIAMINE):  muscle weakness

VITAMIN B2:  cracks around the mouth, sore tongue

VITAMIN B3 (NIACINE):  scaly skin, inflammation of the mouth, general weakness,  Weight loss

VITAMIN B5 (PANTOTHENIC ACID):  fatigue, nausea, headache, muscle cramps, Stomachache

VITAMIN B6: skin disorders, cracks at the corners of the mouth, depression

VITAMIN B12: anemia, sore mouth and tongue, diarrhea, general weakness

VITAMIN C:  poor wound healing, vulnerability to bruising, bleeding gums

VITAMIN D:  rickets, muscle spasms, osteomalacia (weak, softened bones)

VITAMIN E:  anemia and nerve problems leading to diminished eyesight and difficulty in Walking

VITAMIN K:  poor blood clotting

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28 04 2011
vimax

Sick! Just obtained a brand-new Pearl and I can now read your blog on my phone’s browser, it didn’t get the job done on my aged one.

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