Nutrient deficiency…these are its symptoms

The German Federal Center for Nutrition said that nutrient deficiency in the body means not supplying the body with sufficient amounts of vitamins, minerals, proteins and fats.


The German Center explained that nutrient deficiency in the body has several causes, including:


Malnutrition. Some diseases such as chronic intestinal diseases such as Crohn’s disease. Loss of appetite resulting from aging or psychological problems such as depression. Symptoms of nutrient deficiency in the body are: constant fatigue, muscle weakness, muscle cramps, wasting, fatigue, poor concentration, headache, dizziness, pale face, brittle nails, hair loss, bone pain, tingling and numbness in the extremities, frequent infection due to a weak immune system, nervous system, speed. Agitation and mood disturbances. Nutrient deficiency in the body can be addressed through the following: Following a healthy diet based on vegetables, fruits, whole grain products rich in dietary fiber, low-fat meat, fish, and low-fat dairy products. Staying away from fast food and ready-made foods. Taking into account the body’s increased need for nutrients in some people, such as pregnant women. Breastfeeding women and athletes