Signs of Vitamin Deficiencies in Your Diet – Hair Mineral Analysis Testing

Hair Mineral Analysis Testing

Nutritional Recommended Daily Allowances (RDAs) are broad enough to prevent vitamin deficiencies and avoid the side effects associated with large doses of some vitamins. If your diet doesn’t meet these nutrition guidelines, or if you take extreme amounts of vitamins as supplements, you may be in for trouble.

The good news is that vitamin deficiencies are rare among people who have access to a wide variety of foods and know how to put together a balanced diet. For example, the only people likely to experience a vitamin E deficiency are premature and/or low–birth weight infants and people with a metabolic disorder that keeps them from absorbing fat. A healthy adult may go as long as 10 years on a vitamin E–deficient diet without developing any signs of a problem.

Nutritionists use the term subclinical deficiency to describe a nutritional deficit not yet far enough advanced to produce obvious symptoms. In lay terms, however, the phrase has become a handy explanation for common but hard-to-pin-down symptoms, such as fatigue, irritability, nervousness, emotional depression, allergies, and insomnia. And it’s a dandy way to increase the sale of nutritional supplements.

Simply put, the RDAs protect you against deficiency. If your odd symptoms linger even after you take reasonable amounts of vitamin supplements, probably something other than a lack of any one vitamin is to blame. 

Today we will discuss your vitamins, minerals, and discover what you really need to supplement with. 

Please find the attached Vitamin List and circle all that you currently take. To proceed even further you may want to request a Hair Mineral Analysis test for $150.00. 32 elements to see what you are deficient in or if you have elevated levels of mercury.

The following symptoms of various vitamin deficiencies.

What Happens When You Don’t Get the Vitamins You Need

WHEN TO SUPPLEMENT 

Vitamin A Poor night vision. 

Vitamin B Take if you have eczema

Vitamin B6 Cancar soars, blisters, dry skin, dry hair are all signs of Vit. B6 deficiency. 

Vitamin B12 Standing Test: Put feet together ….close your eyes and stick out right foot for 3-seconds. If you can not do that and you loose your balance this means you have a Vit. B12 deficiency. You won’t think clearly, very important to allow neurologic system to stay in tact, also important for immune system.

Vitamin C

Vitamin D Important for your immune system and critical in making your bones strong. Get 10-minutes sunshine daily. Eat eggs, mushrooms, sardines, salmon, fortified milk, fortified cereals, herring, tuna, liver, and cod liver oil.    

TIP: Do the thumb finger test to chest and push on breast bone if it hurts when you push on it chances are you are deficient in  Vit. D. 

Vitamin E  Don’t take if you are on blood thinners

Vitamin K Some say to take when they can not get pregnant. This deficiency affects nearly half of all newborn infants worldwide. In severe cases it causes uncontrolled bleeding and underdeveloped faces and bones. Many hospitals give newborns vitamin K injections to avoid the more severe symptoms. Unfortunately babies born outside hospitals are statistically at a much higher risk of serious deficiencies. Vitamin K is found chiefly in leafy green vegetables, although human gut bacteria help produce it in humans. Newborns have not yet developed gut bacteria which is why they are so prone to deficiencies. Other than newborns, vitamin K deficiency is found in alcoholics, bulimics, strict dieters, and people with various severe diseases such as cystic fibrosis. Adults who bruise or bleed easily sometimes have vitamin K deficiency which itself may be indicative of one of these more serious disorders.

Biotin Deficiency is caused by a lack of vitamin B7 (biotin). It causes rashes, hair loss, anaemia, and mental conditions including hallucinations, drowsiness, and depression. Vitamin B7 itself is found in meat, liver, milk, peanuts, and some vegetables. Its deficiency is quite rare; however, there was a brief spike in the number of cases when it became popular for bodybuilders to consume raw eggs. One of the proteins found in raw egg white binds vitamin B7 and makes it difficult for the body to use, leading to a deficiency. Cooking egg whites makes this protein inactive. Mild biotin deficiency is also found is about half of all pregnant women due to a higher use of vitamin B7 in their bodies, and supplements are recommended for such women by the World Health Organization.

Standing Test: Put feet together ….close your eyes and stick out right foot for 3-seconds. If you can not do that and you loose your balance this means you have a Vit. B12 deficiency. You won’t think clearly, very important to allow neurologic system to stay in tact, also important for immune system. 

Vegans supplement with Vit. B12

Hair Mineral Test kits will be mailed within 24 hours of payment.

For a private consultation with Wendy please call (954) 873-7388 email: wendycottiers@att.net

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