Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Warning: Don’t Ignore These Symptoms, Because They Hint Something Bad!

Changes in our body can tell us if something bad is happening. This is a mechanism which shows us the bad symptoms. And it also reveals when we are suffering from vitamin deficiency. So, learning to identify the symptoms can show us that we are suffering from some vitamin deficiency.

Most common symptoms which indicate vitamin deficiency:

  • Cracked Corners of the Mouth
If you experience red splits or cracks at the corner of your mouth, they may indicate:

- Vitamin B deficiency
- Vitamin B3, B2, B12, and zinc deficiency
- Stomach disorders
- Anemia, caused by iron deficiency
- Diabetes
- Weak immune system
- Missing of the back teeth
- Poor oral hygiene

Luckily, this issue can be solved naturally by increasing the intake of quinoa, tofu, lean cheese, chard, kale, broccoli, peanuts, dried apricots, asparagus, legumes, and seeds.
  • Red and Flaky Face Rash/Hair Loss
This two conditions shows that you have a biotin deficiency. There are different reasons why red rash appears on the face, including cold temperatures, psoriasis, dermatitis on the face and atopic dermatitis. On the other hand, excessive hair loss is a result of some health conditions, such as thyroid gland issues, birth control pills, heredity, diabetes, and some medications.

Fortunately, you can treat these issues by consuming goat milk, peanuts, chard, nuts, tomatoes, carrots, almonds, yogurt, mushrooms, bananas, milk, avocados, onions, and sesame seeds.


  • Red or White Growths Which Look Like Acne
  • This may be a symptoms of hormonal imbalance, vitamin A and D deficiency, and lack of essential fatty acids.

    You can solve this problem naturally by increasing the intake of healthy fats, nuts, seeds (flaxseed), green leafy vegetables, carrots, peppers, and dairy products.

    • Numbness in the Feet, Hands, and other Body Parts/Burning Sensation
    If you’re experiencing temporary loss of sense, accompanied with a feeling of numbness and tingling in the hands and feet, this may be a sign of vitamin B9, B6, and B12 deficiency. Moreover, this can be caused by fatigue, anemia, and depression.

    Natural solution: In order to treat this issue, you should consume beets, beans, dairy products, asparagus and spinach.