Do you know that our bodies can give us signs when something is wrong with us? And under no circumstances should we ignore these symptoms. Today, we list the most common symptoms that indicate that we have a deficiency of a particular vitamin.

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#1. Numbness in our hands/feet or other parts of the body, or a burning sensation. If you experience numbness or tingling in the hands and feet, this may mean that you have a deficiency of vitamins B9, B6 and B12. These vitamins are very important for the nervous system. If you have a lack of B-group vitamins, it can lead to anemia, depression and fatigue. To solve this problem, eat more asparagus, spinach, beets and all kinds of legumes and dairy products.

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#2. Red or white growths that look like pimples on cheeks, hands, hips. These symptoms may indicate hormonal imbalance, and in some cases, a deficiency of vitamins A and D, or essential fatty acids. You need to start consuming foods that are rich in healthy fats, eat more nuts and seeds, such as flaxseed. In addition, you should consume a lot of green leafy vegetables, carrots and peppers to increase the level of vitamin A. Try to eat more dairy products.

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#3. Red scaly rash on your face. Many experts argue that this condition is a clear sign of biotin deficiency. Eat more peanuts, goat milk, almonds, tomatoes, chard, yogurt, carrots, nuts, onions, sesame seeds, avocados, milk, bananas and mushrooms.

#4. Cracks in the corners of the mouth.

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Weakened immune system

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Wrong oral hygiene or poor sanitary conditions

This occurs in people who lick their lips during a conversation

Infection caused by bactericidal streptococci and staphylococci, fungi (mainly candida)

Anemia caused by iron deficiency

Absence of posterior teeth

A stomach bug that is associated with hypersecretion of stomach acid

Vitamin B deficiency

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All these symptoms are in fact a sign of a deficiency of zinc and B-group vitamins (B3, B2 and B12). To solve this problem, you have to start to consume more tofu, quinoa, lean cheese, spinach, peanuts, chard, apricots, asparagus and all kinds of seeds and legumes. In addition, you should include cabbage and broccoli in your diet for more efficient iron absorption. Also, certain allergic reactions from cosmetics can cause lip cracks.

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