mineral deficiency


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Noun1.mineral deficiency - lack of a mineral micronutrient that is essential for normal nutrition or metabolismmineral deficiency - lack of a mineral micronutrient that is essential for normal nutrition or metabolism
sideropenia - a deficiency of iron; results from inadequate iron in the diet or from hemorrhage
deficiency, lack, want - the state of needing something that is absent or unavailable; "there is a serious lack of insight into the problem"; "water is the critical deficiency in desert regions"; "for want of a nail the shoe was lost"
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The other health issues that witnessed a remarkable rise have been: Respiratory Issues (215%), Diabetes & Hypertension (205%), Vitamin and Mineral Deficiency (220%) and Fitness and Wellness (195%).
The solution is simple: at least one handful each of cooked leafy, root and other vegetables, two handful of fruit salad and two spoons of mixed herbal chutney along with your two main meals per day will solve the vitamins and mineral deficiency among the human population.
EVERYDAY symptoms like cracked lips, headaches, dandruff and bad breath, could just be one of those things - or they might be signs of a vitamin or mineral deficiency.
This is a mineral deficiency --and it can have a profound impact on your ability to control your diabetes.
0067% - supplement mineral deficiency in winter oilseed rape, cereals, sugar beet, vegetables.
However if it is a mineral deficiency, you could try a foliar feed to see if that improves it.
Poor nutrition and insanitary livelihood affect the health of children as mineral deficiency causes malnutrition also called as HIDDEN HUNGER".
This research adds to other investigative work over the past decade or so that suggests that mineral deficiency can negatively affect brain chemistry and ultimately have consequences for brain functioning," says Dr.
This book sticks to that line, specifically ascribing many common ailments and conditions to mineral deficiency.
The habit of eating non-edible foreign materials may be due to mineral deficiency or due to easy access to vegetable wastes in polythene bags (Khose et al.
Treat a Patient's Mineral Deficiency, and the Taste of Beverages Will Improve.
Multivitamins have a well-established role in countering vitamin and mineral deficiency, and the PHS II study found that there may also be a modest, protective effect on cancer.