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A Individual Fat and Water soluable Vitamins

Severe vitamin d deficiencies include rickets in

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deficiencies include inflammation of skin and eyes, and blindness in children. Severe Vitamin D deficiencies include rickets in children, and osteomalacia in adults. Vitamin E deficiencies are nearly intolerable to create without malnourishment, and conceivable anemia in under weight babies. Vitamin K deficiencies include excessive bleeding. (J. Anderson and L. Young, 2008). Here are some water-soluble vitamin deficiencies. Vitamin C deficiencies include gums that bleed, slow healing wounds, easy bruising, skin that is rough and dry, scurvy, bones and joints being soar, and amplified infection. Thiamin (Vitamin B1) deficiencies include intellectual mix-up, muscle dimness, deteriorating, edema, decreased growing, and beriberi. Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) deficiencies show as the corners of the mouth get chapped and cracked, dermatitis from place to place the nose, lips, and eyes are delicate to light. Niacin deficiencies include skin ailments, diarrhea, feebleness, psychological mix-up, and bad temper. Vitamin B6 deficiencies include skin ailments, dry skin, cracks in the corners of the lips, touchiness, free bleeding, kidney stones, upset stomach, and suave tongue. Folacin deficiencies include anemia, smooth tongue,
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and diarrhea. Vitamin B12 deficiencies include malicious anemia, free bleeding, neurological ailments, deterioration of outlying stresses that can cause unresponsiveness, and stinging in extremities. Some pantothenic acid insufficiencies are rare because of accessibility by maximum foods, but can include exhaustion, vomiting, stomach pains, and trouble sleeping. Biotin deficiencies are unusual under
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