If you notice some changes in your body you should know that something is happening. These signs that the body send you can actually reveal specific condition you might have. It is important to be able to recognize some of these signs in order to have enough time for timely reaction. We are going to present to you in this article some of the signs which reveal that your body is deficient in vitamins.
Here are some of the vitamin shortage signs:
- Cracked mouth
In case you have red splits or fractures at the corner of the mouth you should know that this is a sign of vitamin shortage. More specifically you are lacking any of these vitamins or you might have this condition:
– Deficiency of vitamin B
– Deficiency of zinc, vitamin B3, vitamin B2, and vitamin B12
– Low immune system
– Removed back teeth
– Problems with your stomach
– Anemia (due to lack of iron)
– Poor oral health
You can overcome these issues by simply consuming natural ingredients such as broccoli, dried apricots, seeds, beans, peanuts, quinoa, tofu, lean chees, chard, and kale.
If you experience numbness in your feet, hands or other parts of the body you should know that it is a sign for lack of vitamin B6, vitamin B9 and vitamin B12. Lack of these vitamins might also lead to fatigue, anxiety and anemia. You can overcome this issue by consuming dairy products, spinach, asparagus, and beets.
- Flaky face rush or hair loss
These two conditions appear as a result of biotin deficiency. Red rashes on the face might appear due to dermatitis, skin lupus, seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, erythematosus, cold temperature and rosacea. Hair loss is usually caused by health conditions such as thyroid gland problems, diabetes, genes, medications, and contraceptive pill.
You can overcome these issues by regular consumption of goat milk, tomatoes, carrots, avocados, milk, bananas, sesame seeds, avocados, carrots, nuts, chard and peanuts.
- White or red growths (usually that look like acne)
If you notice such growths around the area of your cheeks, arms and hips you should know it is a sign of hormonal imbalance or lack of vitamin A and vitamin B. Also it might be indication of absence of essential fats.
You can overcome this problem by consuming healthy fats, seeds, green vegetables (leafy), peppers, dairy products, carrots, and nuts.