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Deficient Vitamin Disorders

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Night Blindness, increased susceptibility to infections, rough, dry, scaly skin, loss of smell and appetite, frequent fatigue, lack of tearing, defective teeth and gums.

Vitamin B-1:
Loss of appetite, weakness and feeling tired, paralysis and nervous irritability, insomnia, loss of weight, vague aches and pains, mental depression and constipation, heart and gastrointestinal problems.

Vitamin B-2:
Itching and burning eyes, cracks and sores in the mouth and lips, bloodshot eyes, purplish tongue, dermatitis, retarded growth, digestive distributions, trembling, sluggishness, and oily skin.

Vitamin B-6:
Weight Loss, nervousness, insomnia, skin eruptions, loss of muscular control, anemia, mouth disorder, muscular weakness, dermatitis, arm and leg cramps, loss of hair, slow learning, and water retention.

Vitamin B-12:
Energy, Pernicious anemia, poor appetite, growth failure in children, tiredness, brain damage nervousness, neuritis, degeneration of spinal cord, depression, lack of balance.

Vitamin B-3 (Niacin Amide):
Pellagra, gastrointestinal disturbances, nervousness, headaches, fatigue, ,mental depression, vague aches and pains, irritability, loss of appetite, insomnia, skin disorders, muscular weakness, indigestion, bad breath, and canker sores.

Folic Acid:
Gastrointestinal disorders, anemia, vitamin B-12 deficiency, and pre-mature graying.

Inositol:
High blood cholesterol, constipation, eczema, and hair loss

Choline:
Cirrhosis and fatty degeneration of the liver, hardening of the arteries, heath problems, high blood pressure, and hemorrhaging kidneys.

Vitamin C:
Water retention, soft and bleeding bums, swollen and painful joints, slow healing wounds and fractures, bruising, nosebleeds, tooth decay, loss of appetite, muscular weakness, skin hemorrhaging, capillary weakness, anemia, and impaired digestion.

Vitamin D:
Rickets, tooth decay, softening of bones, improper healing of fractures, lack of vigor, muscular weakness, and inadequate absorption of calcium and retention of phosphorous in the kidneys.

Vitamin E:
Rupture of red blood cells, loss of reproductive power, lack of sexual vitality, abnormal fat deposits in the muscles, degenerative changes in the heart and other muscles, and dry skin.

Note: This information is for your review. If you have any concerns about some of these disorders you should consult your physician.

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