It’s almost impossible for an average person to avoid having some sort of mineral deficiency by middle age of their life. The four most common mineral deficiencies today are magnesium, iodine, iron, and zinc. Magnesium deficiency can cause fatigue, constipation and general fatigue. Eating leafy greens and nuts are good ways to combat the symptoms. Iodine deficiency can cause thyroid issues and infertility. Eating high qualify sea salt and sea weeds can help restore iodine. Iron deficiency can result in anemia and leaving you feel weak. Organic beef and salmon are good sources of iron. Lastly, zinc deficiency can result in poor immune system and eating nuts can help restore the balance.
- A person’s health may depend on being aware that current agricultural and health care processes mean that most people will have some kind of nutrient deficiency in the middle stage of their life.
- If you’re having muscle cramping, anxiety or depression, constipation, heartburn, irregular heartbeat, or one of many more common symptoms, nutrient deficiency may be the cause.
- Cravings can be a clue to nutrient deficiencies. For example, craving chocolate may mean a magnesium deficiency and craving salty foods may mean an iodine deficiency.
“According to Dr. Brownstein, revered expert and author of the book Iodine: Why You Need It, Why You Can’t Live Without It, 94.7 percent of 500 patients he tested were deficient in inorganic iodine.”
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-10-16-four-major-mineral-deficiencies-their-symptoms-and-how-to-overcome-them.html