Your body needs nutrients to 
survive and function properly.  If you're not getting enough 
of some vitamins and minerals,   you may start to experience deficiency symptoms.
If you constantly feel tired, get sick often,   or don't feel your best, it could be a 
sign that your body lacks vital nutrients.  This video will discuss some common symptoms 
that your body is deficient in these nutrients.  We'll also provide some tips on how 
to overcome nutrient deficiencies.  Watch the video to learn how to improve 
your overall health by ensuring your   body gets the nutrients it needs.
It’s no secret that nutrients are   essential to our health.
But what exactly are they?  Nutrients are substances found in food 
that our bodies need to function well.  They include vitamins, minerals, 
carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.  Our bodies use these nutrients to build new 
cells, repair tissues, and produce energy.   we need various nutrients to stay healthy daily.
The majority can get most of the nutrients   we need by eating a balanced diet, 
including plenty of fruits, vegetables,   whole grains, and lean protein sources.
However, some people may not be able   to get all the nutrients they need from 
diet alone and may require supplements.  Certain health conditions can also 
lead to nutrient deficiencies.  For example, people with gastrointestinal 
disorders like Crohn’s disease,   or celiac disease, may have trouble 
absorbing nutrients from food.  So Here are the symptoms to look out for.

Severe hair loss  Hair loss can signal that the body 
is deficient in vital nutrients.  The hair consists of keratin, a 
protein produced by your body.  Keratin is made up of amino acids, which 
are the building blocks of protein.  If your body does not have enough amino acids,   it cannot produce enough keratin, 
leading to severe hair loss.  There are many reasons your body may 
not be getting enough amino acids.  You may not be eating protein-rich 
foods, or you may be under stress.  Your hair may also become dry and brittle 
due to iron and vitamin A deficiency.  Fortunately, there are ways to overcome nutrient 
deficiency and promote healthy hair growth.  Eat a well-balanced diet, including 
plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables,   whole grains, lean protein, and healthy fats.  You can also take supplements to ensure you get 
enough vital nutrients for healthy hair growth.  You can keep your hair healthy and prevent further 
hair loss with the appropriate nutrition and care.  2. Burning sensation in your feet or tongue
If you experience a burning sensation in   your feet or tongue, it could be a sign that your 
body is not getting enough of the following vital   nutrients: iron, vitamin B12, or folate.
Iron deficiency is the most common cause   of burning sensations in the feet or tongue.
Iron helps carry oxygen to cells and tissues.  So when levels are low, you may experience 
weakness, fatigue, and burning sensations.  Taking supplements is one way to ensure 
that your body gets the nutrients it needs.  However, eat a balanced diet, including plenty 
of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.  While you can overcome these deficiencies 
by changing your diet or taking supplements,   you should see a doctor to rule out other 
possible causes for the burning sensation.  If you're unsure what nutrients your body 
needs, talk to a registered dietitian or   nutritionist for more guidance.

Wounds take forever to heal  The human body is an incredible machine 
constantly working to heal itself.  However, sometimes our bodies need 
a little help from vital nutrients.  If you are not getting enough of these nutrients, 
it can take your body longer to heal from wounds.  If you find yourself getting sick often, or taking 
longer than usual to recover from illnesses,   it could be a sign that your body is 
not getting the nutrients it needs.  A diet lacking essential vitamins and 
minerals can make it difficult for your   body to fight off infection and heal properly.
If you have chronic wounds that take longer   than usual to heal, it could be 
a sign of vitamin C deficiency.  Vitamin C is one of the most 
critical vitamins for our body.  It is involved in many processes, such as the 
production of collagen, absorption of iron,   and promotion of healing wounds.
A deficiency in vitamin C can lead   to many problems, such as scurvy, 
fatigue, and poor wound healing.  To overcome vitamin C deficiency, 
eat foods rich in vitamin C,   such as citrus fruits, bell peppers, and broccoli.
These foods will increase your vitamin C levels.  You can also take supplements to ensure 
you are getting enough vitamin C.  4.

Irregular heartbeat
Your heartbeat is one of the most important   things to pay attention to in your body.
An irregular heartbeat can signal that   your body is deficient in vital nutrients.
The heart needs nutrients to function well,   and when it doesn’t get enough of 
them, it can’t beat as efficiently.  This condition can lead to various problems like 
fatigue, chest pain, and shortness of breath.  You should see a doctor to 
rule out any underlying medical   conditions if you have an irregular heartbeat.
However, if your doctor finds that your irregular   heartbeat is due to nutrient deficiency, 
there are steps to improve your health.  Eating a healthy diet rich in vitamins 
and minerals is the best way to ensure   that your body gets the nutrients it needs.
You may need to take supplements if you cannot   get all the nutrients from food.

Night vision deterioration  You may not think much about 
your vision when you're younger.  However, awareness of the signs of 
deteriorating night vision is crucial as we age.  There are a few key nutrients that 
are essential for healthy vision.  If you are deficient in any of these nutrients, 
it can lead to night vision problems.  Some common signs of nutrient deficiencies 
that can lead to night vision deterioration   include poor eyesight, dry eyes, 
and difficulty seeing in low light.  If you think you may be deficient 
in any of these vital nutrients,   there are a few ways to overcome them.  You can take supplements, eat foods rich in 
vitamin A, or get injections from your doctor.  Vitamin A is an essential nutrient that 
helps keep our eyes and skin healthy.  You can get it from many foods, including milk, 
egg, carrots, sweet potatoes, spinach, and kale.  6. Bone pain
When you experience bone pain,   it's a sign that your body lacks vital nutrients.
It can be due to some factors, including lack of   exercise, certain health conditions, 
and vitamin D and calcium deficiency.  To overcome this symptom – eat a balanced 
diet that includes all the major food groups.  Ensure you get enough calcium, vitamin 
D, and vitamin K2 in your diet.  You can also get these 
nutrients through supplements.  If you take supplements, stick 
to the recommended dosage.  You should also exercise regularly and stay 
hydrated by drinking plenty of water every day.  If you have a health condition that's impacting 
your nutrient levels, work with your doctor to   develop a treatment plan.

Mouth ulcers  Mouth ulcers are common occurrences but can also 
signal that your body lacks vital nutrients.  When the body lacks certain nutrients, 
it cannot function properly.  This deficiency can lead to several 
problems, including mouth ulcers.  Nutrient deficiency can cause 
the tissues in the mouth to   break down and become irritated, resulting 
in pain, inflammation, and even infection.  Fortunately, there are ways to 
overcome this nutrient deficiency.  Eating a balanced diet is the best way to 
ensure your body gets the nutrients it needs.  Vitamin B12, iron, and folic acid are 
all essential for forming healthy red   blood cells, which helps to prevent anemia.
A diet rich in these nutrients can help reduce   the frequency and severity of mouth ulcers.
Certain foods are particularly beneficial   for overcoming mouth ulcers.
Citrus fruits like oranges and   lemons are rich in vitamin C, which helps 
to boost immunity and fight infection.  However, sometimes even a well-rounded diet isn’t 
enough, and you may need to take supplements.  If you suspect you might be deficient in 
certain nutrients, talk to your doctor   about the best way to overcome it.
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