Check your body for 1 minute
The lack of certain body functions can have a great impact on the body, but we can check what elements we lack through body reactions. For example, when the mouth is broken and inflammation occurs, the body does not absorb enough vitamin B2;Temperament and irritability can lead to zinc deficiency.
And understanding the relationship between the body’s symptoms and vitamins can prevent the occurrence of many physical symptoms.
1, broken mouth, angular cheilitis-lack of vitamin B2, the recommended daily intake of vitamin B2 is about 1 for men.
3 mg, about 1 for women.
Cracks around the mouth, or inflamed holes, are due to a lack of vitamin B2 in the body that can help repair tissue wounds.
In addition, it also plays an important role in skin and hair growth. It cannot be stored in the body itself, so it needs to be supplemented with food or nutritional supplements.
2, tasteless, diminished taste-lack of zinc recommended daily supplementation of about 5 men.
5 mg, about 4 for women?
7 mg, the lack of zinc in the human body will reduce immunity, loss of appetite, slow growth, hair loss, and deterioration of taste functions.
Therefore, if you find that you often eat and find that there is no taste, and you have slow wounds, you should be careful that it may be a sign of zinc deficiency in the body.
3. Stomach Discomfort-Vitamin A deficiency is recommended for men who take vitamin A daily.
7 mg, female 0.
6 mg. Vitamin A not only protects the important elements of the soul window, but also helps to form a protective film in the respiratory tract and the stomach, preventing bacteria or harmful substances from directly invading the body.
Therefore, vitamin A deficiency, in addition to being bad for the eyes, can also damage the respiratory tract and dialysis.
4, irritability, irritability-iron deficiency and iron deficiency will not only cause anemia, but also may make you emotional, easy to lose your temper, men must take 8 daily.
7 mg, female 14.
8 mg of iron is enough.
Iron is an important element that helps to make red blood cells in the body. For women who experience blood loss every month, iron is more important. Otherwise, it is easy to have symptoms such as bad mentality, easy depression and torsion.
5. Toe edema-Lack of potassium Potassium is an important element that regulates the acid-base balance of blood and body fluids in the body, maintains water balance in the body and stabilizes osmotic pressure.
Long-term lack of potassium can lead to cardiac arrhythmia and abnormal neurometabolism. Like excessive water loss after a lot of exercise, potassium loss can easily cause cramps, and the body is gradually found to become edema, especially at the toes.
6, systemic pain-people who lack vitamin D in the sun or vitamin D deficiency can easily cause chronic pain. In addition, vitamin D is a nutrient that the human body cannot synthesize on its own. Supplementation is even more important.
Vitamin D is also an important substance to promote bone growth and healthy teeth.
The role of vitamins and food sources Vitamin A: It is related to vision, and can maintain normal function of the mucosa and regulate skin condition.
Helping human body growth and tissue repair is important for eye health. It can resist bacteria to prevent infection, protect the health of epithelial tissue, and promote bone and tooth development.
Deficiency: night blindness, dry eyes, dry skin and itching.
Vitamin B1 role: strengthen the nervous system and ensure normal heart activity.
Promote metabolism and metabolism, can maintain nervous system health, stabilize appetite, stimulate growth and maintain good muscle condition.
Deficiency: Depression, gastrointestinal upset, numbness of hands and feet, beriberi.
Vitamin B2 role: Also known as riboflavin, it participates in a wide range of metabolic processes in the body, maintains eye vision, prevents white palate, and maintains the health of the oral and digestive tract mucosa.
Promote the metabolism of lipids, traces and proteins, and form antibodies and red blood cells to maintain cell respiration.
Deficiency: In the absence of fire, cheilitis, seboritis, seborrheic dermatitis, etc. may occur. In severe cases, it may also cause conjunctivitis, eyelid inflammation, corneal vascular hyperplasia, photophobia and other symptoms.
Vitamin B12 effect: This is a vitamin that is almost free of plant foods, and is the vitamin most easily lacking by vegetarians.
Deficiency: It is an immeasurably important element of red blood cell production. If severely deficient, it will lead to pernicious anemia.
Main food source: It is mainly found in meat, milk and animal offal.
The human body needs very little vitamin B12, as long as the diet is normal, it will not be lacking.
Vitamin C function: A vitamin that is most in demand by the human body, and has the function of preventing scurvy, so it is also called ascorbic acid.
Its main function is to protect the enzyme system, regulate and promote catalysis, at the same time it is a strong antioxidant, can prevent peroxidation in the body, and has a protective effect on the cardiovascular and cerebrovascular.
In addition, it also assists in the absorption of iron and calcium and the use of folic acid in the body. It also plays an important role in preventing atherosclerosis and lowering cholesterol.
Vitamin D effect: It can promote the absorption of calcium and phosphorus in the intake and calcification of bones. When lacking, it is prone to osteoporosis, osteomalacia, and rickets.
Deficiency: Vitamin D deficiency can cause rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults.
Symptoms include pain in the bones and joints, muscle atrophy, insomnia, tension, and diarrhea due to acnesia.
Main food sources: Vitamin D mainly increases cod liver oil, egg yolk, milk, etc.
In particular, it should be pointed out that sufficient light can promote the absorption of vitamin D by the body and is the best “helper” for vitamin D absorption.
Vitamin E role: also known as natural phenol.
It is a very strong antioxidant, which can inhibit the oxidation of fatty acids, reduce the formation of lipofuscin (commonly known as senile plaques), and protect cells from free radical damage, so it has the effect of delaying aging.
Deficiency: When vitamin E deficiency, men with testicular atrophy do not produce sperm, women with abortion caused by placental atrophy, interfere with the pituitary gland to regulate ovarian secretion of estrogen and induce menopausal syndrome, premature ovarian failure.
Vitamin K effect: It is closely related to blood coagulation.
It has the functions of preventing bleeding diseases of newborn babies, preventing internal bleeding and hemorrhoids, reducing a large amount of bleeding during the physiological period, and promoting normal blood coagulation.
Deficiency: Prolonged clotting time and cause bleeding complications in the absence of vitamin K.