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Vegan Nutritional Deficiencies
Yes: Magnesium and riboflavin deficiencies may contribute to migraines. You can check blood levels of these but want to look at intracellular rather than serum magnesium. Certain foods also may be triggers such as hard cheeses, chocolate, caffeine, processed or cured meats, red wine, alcohol, food preservatives, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had poor cortisol& growhormone response to glucagon stim test.Could poor response be due to nutritional deficiencies?How could I confirm. Cort&GH low.
More testing: if you failed the test you could indeed have a GH deficiency. You need to get a full lab evaluation to determine the cause. See an Age Management Physician. ...Read more
None: All of what is supplied by shellfish can be substituted by other foods, and can survive without ...Read more
PPI caused my nutritional deficiencies now how to manage taking PPI and supplement always wt to do?
Alternatives to PPIs: PPI's can be great for short-term use but I believe it's unwise to use them for more than a few months as they don't cure GERD & their hazards grow over time. See http://www.naturalnews.com/036336_PPIs_acid_reflux_side_effects.html & follow the links there for the great articles by Chris Kresser on diet, treating imbalances of flora & improving digestion. Homeopathy & Ayurveda may also be helpful. ...Read more
Is it true that a cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (cin1) can be related to nutritional deficiencies?
1: This neoplasia is due to a virus...Hpv. What one should focus on is the immune system. There are many nutrients that help with the immune system including antioxidants and carotenoids. But there are many more also, like tumeric, tahini, etc. The best advice is to follow your doctors directions, but also look for best ideas for diet and supplementation that help with the immune system. ...Read more
What nutritional deficiencies can cause half moons on fingernails to go missing? I only have them on my thumbs. I read that its most likely B12.
My daughter shes 9 month old but no teeth is there a problem/nutritional deficiencies what should I do or like rickets or hypopituritism hypo help?
Normal no problem.: Onset of tooth eruption is variable but usually symmetrical, first eruption; lower central incisors usually between 6 to 10 mths. Need for dental assessment; if no eruption after age 16 months, eruption is asymmetric , other abnormalities suggesting an associated medical syndrome. Lack of space in the jaw and a familial tendency may also cause delayed eruption. www.healthtap.com/dr-nnebe ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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