Vitamin Imbalance


Vitamins - the substances that are needed to keep your body synchronised. These natural organic supplements are essential for normal growth and maintenance of your body. But while heading through a busy schedule it might be possible that in spite of following a healthy routine you may fall short of few key vitamins and minerals. The lack of these nutrients may lead to the rising of a variety of undesirable symptoms. Thus recognizing them can help you out in adjusting your diet, accordingly.

Few of the symptoms which might rule out the possibility of someone suffering from vitamin imbalance has been listed below:


1. Brittle nails and Hair.

Biotin - the most commonly referred to as vitamin B7, helps the body to convert food into energy. If your body runs low on this vitamin you might come across the symptoms like thinning or splitting hair and nails. Other symptoms that may also arise due to biotin deficiency include chronic fatigue, muscle pain, cramps and tingling in the hands and feet.

Remedy. Intake of foods rich in biotin such as almonds, sweet potatoes, raspberries, nuts, mushrooms, avocados, cauliflower and wild caught salmon egg yolks, organ meats, fish, meat, dairy, nuts, seeds, spinach, broccoli, cauliflower may help in overcoming the biotin deficiency.

2. Muscular Cramps in Legs.

Frequent muscle cramping in the calf area or the stabbing sensation in your toes may be a sign that you are potassium deficient. This nutrient is responsible for building muscles and proteins in your body. The possible causes of potassium deficiency include low dietary intake, excessive sweating, diarrhoea, vomiting, and loss of fluid. However, its treatment depends on how long you have been suffering from the problem.

Remedy. When need to combat the muscular cramps intake of food materials like avocados, pumpkin seeds and unsweetened cacao may be beneficial. Because consumption of calcium and magnesium in combination with a healthy ratio of vitamin D3 can help regulate the calcium absorption thus mitigating muscular problems.

3. Itchy Red Rashes, Acne & Blemishes.

Skin problems such as psoriasis, eczema, severe acne and even skin pigmentation may be associated with nutritional deficiencies. The very first step towards fixing the skin problems is following the diet that is rich with adequate nutrients. The most common nutritional deficiencies that are linked to skin problems are lack of fat-soluble nutrients such as vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E and omega 3 fatty acids. Also, the issues associated with the skin blemishes can be dealt with by the consumption foods rich in vitamin A and E.

Remedy. Generous use of foods rich in vitamin A such as organic eggs from pastured chickens, dark green vegetables, carotenoid-containing products as carrots and sweet potato as well as milk could help in mitigating skin issues. Although, the sun which is required for the synthesis of your skin is the primary source of vitamin D you may consider supplementing your diet with cod liver oil as this provides a healthy balance between vitamin A and D. When keeping skin issues at bay it is advised keep sugar in all forms out of your diet.

Thus, when looking out for a balanced routine with a healthy diet it becomes mandatory to supplement your body with proper vitamins and minerals because having a balanced body helps to keep all health problems at bay.

Share buttons:

Latest Products:

Latest Articles:

up to
five year

On select products when you register your product in our registry.


We stand behind our products & want to ensure our customers are 100% satisfied.

Share buttons:

Was this article helpful?