DID YOU KNOW THAT.. . .
Calcium deficiency causes fatigue,
insomnia, growth and digestive problems, muscle cramping, nervousness, and
and nail problems, and depression.
Chromium deficiency is associated with hypoglycemia, diabetes, weight
problems, muscle weakness, and high cholesterol levels.
Copper deficiency contributes to hormonal problems, fatigue, heart
disease, and infertility.
Iron deficiency is a known cause of anemia, immune deficiency,
fatigue, and anorexia.
Manganese deficiency causes pancreas and enzyme problems, and dull
Magnesium deficiency contributes to emotional instability, fatigue,
diabetes, cancer, heart and skin problems.
Molybdenum deficiency is a known cause of gout, obesity, and
Selenium deficiency leads to heart disease, immune deficiency,
cancer and chemical allergies, growth impairment, and cataracts.
Zinc deficiency contributes to immune deficiency, hypothyroidism,
Aluminum contributes to nervous
disorders, Alzheimer's disease, colic, and slurred speech.
exposure causes learning
anxiety, emotional disturbances, nervousness, anorexia, anemia, headache,
convulsions, hair loss, epilepsy, and anorexia.
Arsenic causes allergies, hair loss, and colic.
Cadmium contributes to blood pressure problems, emphysema, kidney
problems, joint pain, prostate and other cancers.
Copper overexposure is a known cause of migraine, emotional
problems including depression, hyperactivity and schizophrenia (histapenia
type), and liver disease.
Mercury causes nervous and digestive disorders, allergies, tremors,
infertility, depression, psychosis, asthma, and ataxia.
Nickel causes allergies, skin problems such as dermatitis,
dizziness, digestive disorders, cancer (especially lung cancer), apathy,
Karl J. Mincin is a clinical nutritionist who specializes
in nutrition assessment, the process of evaluating individual nutrient
needs. He operates Nutrition Resource, a specialty vitamin
store and professional consulting services. Karl may be reached at (360)