Are you confused about your nutrient balance in your body, want to know if you have enough amounts of nutrients or are deficient of them.
Do your keens pop when you bend them?
Do the joints of your arm crack often?
If yes, then it is a clear sign of calcium deficiency in the body. Of course, we know how important is calcium to maintain strong bones and teeth, low calcium level over a period of time can lead to your arthritis.
First things first do not waste money on calcium tablets; instead use milk and its products.
However, to have calcium in an efficient way is to add a pinch of calcium carbonate in curd and have it empty stomach.
If yes, then it is a deficiency in Vitamin C.
Bleeding gums while brushing is a common problem faced by many people and they ignore it.
It is the symptom of irregular cellular levels and arteries make sure you take an action against it, as ignoring the signal may cause vascular system issues.
Best way to increase Vitamin C is to include Amla in your diet. Amla can be consumed throughout the year in the form of juice, pickles, powder, candy, etc.
Other good sources of Vitamin C include Lemon, Capsicum, Guava, Orange, etc.
If yes, your body is deficient in biotin. One common reason is when you regularly start eating raw eggs. Biotin is made by the body using certain friendly bacteria in the Gut.
Whenever there is an imbalance in your digestive system your body is unable to make biotin.
The effective way to increase Biotin in the body is to start eating probiotic foods, have curd on empty stomach with 1 tablespoon of jaggery powder mixed in it. Other good sources include pickles, Apple cider vinegar.
It is a deficiency in Vitamin B2 it helps in the breakdown of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. It also plays a vital role in maintaining the body’s energy supply.
Start eating fish, meat, and poultry such as chicken, beef, turkey, eggs, and dairy products.
It is a deficiency in Vitamin B6 and the efficient way to get vitamin B6 is by eating chicken, turkey, fish, bread, oatmeal’s, brown rice, eggs, soya beans.