Amazingly, the human body is a very complex mechanism in which millions of processed happen at the same time. Each time a certain process is disrupted; the body sends signals and seeks help.

 

However, we often tend to take these signals for granted and fail to approach them accordingly. Hence, knowing how to recognize these signals is of utmost importance in order to prevent further issues.

 

Below, you have a list of some of the most common signs our body sends. Check them out!

 

  1. Brittle Hair and Nails

This sign indicates that you lack vitamin B and calcium, both of which are important for the overall health. If this is the case, you need to increase your intake of legumes, potatoes, whole grains, wheat germ, and milk.

 

  1. Craving Sour Food

Increased desire for sour food means that your body needs sour food to stimulate the liver and gallbladder. Hence, you need to consume more lemons and cranberries.

 

  1. Craving Salty Food

This means that you have an inflammation or infection in the body. To be more precise, it is likely to be in your urogenital system.

 

  1. Sweet Cravings

Very often, craving sweet food is an indication of a nervous exhaustion, meaning that you need to get glucose to supply energy. To prevent additional gastrointestinal problems, it is recommended to opt for dark chocolate or honey.

 

  1. Craving Raw Food

In most cases this is a ding of gastritis or liver issues and raw foods reduce cramps and calm the stomach down.

 

  1. Craving Seafood

Increased desire for seafood usually indicates that your body lacks iodine.

 

  1. Poor Sleep, Irritability, Leg Cramps

All of these signs are usually indicating lack of potassium and magnesium in the body. To increase the amount of potassium in the body, you need to increase your intake of green leafy veggies, such as chard, spinach, and kale. Plus, potassium is found in red beet, apricots, and plums.

Speaking of magnesium-rich foods, you should opt for almonds, sunflower, linseeds, and similar nuts.

 

  1. Dry Skin on the Elbows

This indicates deficiency in vitamin A and C. To solve this issue, you should consume more fruits and veggies, particularly pumpkin, apricots, carrots, and oranges.

 

  1. Dry Skin

Dry skin is often a sign of vitamin E deficiency. To increase the levels of vitamin E in the body, you should consume more nuts, oily fish, and vegetable oils.

 

  1. Bleeding Gums

This is a sign of vitamin C deficiency and it requires increased intake of fruits, vegetables, garlic, and tea.

 

 

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Amazingly, the human body is a very complex mechanism in which millions of processed happen at the same time. Each time a certain process is disrupted; the body sends signals and seeks help.   However, we often tend to take these signals for granted and fail to approach them accordingly. Hence,...