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Vitamins: their types, sources, and symptoms of deficiency

Vitamins play an important role for the health of the body. They are organic nutrients that the body needs in small quantities to complete some biochemical functions. Their deficiency leads to the appearance of some disease symptoms, knowing that they are not manufactured inside the body, but rather the body needs them from external sources. These vitamins include:

 

Vitamin B1 ( B1 ( Thiamin).

 

It is sometimes called the anti-neuroinflammatory factor, and it helps the living cell complete the process of internal respiration, helps growth and digestion, and preserves appetite and nerves.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vitamin B1 ( B1 ( Thiamin).

 

It is sometimes called the anti-neuroinflammatory factor, and it helps the living cell complete the process of internal respiration, helps growth and digestion, and preserves appetite and nerves.

 

 

 

 

 

Sources:

 

Grains (found in their shells) such as rice, wheat, corn, legumes such as beans and peas, vegetables such as potatoes, cabbage and cauliflower, oily fruits such as walnuts, almonds, nuts, oranges, tomatoes, brewer’s yeast, meat, eggs, liver and fish.

 

Diseases caused by vitamin B1 deficiency:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Diseases caused by vitamin B1 deficiency:

 

Shortness of breath and weakness of muscles and joints.

 

poliomyelitis .

 

Numbness of the extremities.

 

Berberi disease.

 

Nervous pain, anxiety and disorder.

 

Lack of appetite.

 

Delayed growth in children.

 

Physical degeneration.

 

Nerve pain in the face.

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