Sometimes we have deficiencies in our body and don’t know where it comes from.

There are some signals that you may experience in your body;

1. Poor Night Vision –
Vitamin A, known as retinol, promotes good vision and overall eye health.

2. Cracks at the Corners of the Mouth
This is due to the insufficient amount of zinc, iron and vitamin B12.

3. Sores or Discoloration of the Mouth and Tongue
Water-soluble B vitamins are not stored in the body, so we must constantly replenish them to maintain the health of the mouth and tongue.

4. Weak, Spotted or Ridged Nails
Zinc serves a vital role in cell division and growth.

5. Poor Blood Clotting
A lack of Vitamin K can result in bruising, frequent nosebleeds and brittle bones.

6. Weak Muscle and Bones
Vitamin D is an essential nutrient for the growth, health, and maintenance of the structural system. Deficiency in this vitamin, in advanced cases, can cause rickets (for children) or osteomalacia (for adults).

7. Frequent Cramps in the Lower Legs
Magnesium, Calcium, and Potassium support proper muscle development and growth. Lack of these essential nutrients can cause persistent discomfort in the feet, calves, and back of the leg.

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Paying attention to our body sends us signals that something is not right, but very often, we don’t listen and end up with more severe problems.

Also, ignoring those signs can lead to more complicated health risky conditions. Be gentle to yourself.

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