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Vitamin A (Beta-Carotene)
Sources: Fish, Liver, green and yellow fruits and vegetables, apricots, asparagus, beets, broccoli, butter, cantaloupe, carrots, cheese, garlic, green olives, milk products, fresh mustard, papaya, parsley, peaches, prune, red peppers, sweet potatoes, spinach, pumpkin, and watercress.
Body Parts Affected: Bones, eyes, hair, immune system, skin, soft tissues and teeth.
Deficiency Symptoms: Ache, allergies, loss of appetite, blindness, colds, dry hair, eye sties, fatigue, insomnia, impaired growth, itching and burning eyes, loss of smell, night blindness, dry skin, sinus trouble, steroid synthesis reduction, decreased immune system function, cancer susceptibility.
Vitamin B Complex
Sources: Dairy products, meat, poultry, fish, nuts, high-protein vegetables, broccoli, beans, brown rice, cabbage, cauliflower, cheese, eggs, oatmeal, raisins, spinach, asparagus, peanut butter, brussel sprouts, whole grains, and yogurt.
Body Parts Affected: Body cells, eyes, gastrointestinal tract, hair, liver, mouth, nervous system, and skin.
Deficiency Symptoms: Acne, anaemia (contributes to electrolyte imbalances), appetite loss, bad breath, high cholesterol, poor circulation, constipation, dark tongue colour, depression, digestive disturbances, fatigue, dry hair, hair loss, hypertension, insomnia, tender/painful leg muscles, depression and anxiety, dry or rough skin, problems in muscle tone in the gastrointestinal tract and liver, memory loss, nervous system disorders, immunes system disorders, low platelet count.
Sources: Beef, pork, cheese, fish, seafood, eggs, kidney, liver, milk and milk products, marmite, and tofu. It is not found in vegetables, only in animal sources.
Body Parts Affected: Liver, nerves, red blood cells, gastrointestinal tract.
Deficiency Symptoms: Appetit loss, diminished reflex responses, fatigue, irritability, memory impairment, depression and confusion nervousness, pernicious anaemia, unpleasant body odour, walking and speaking difficulties, weakness in the arms and legs, digestion difficulties, metabolism of carbohydrates and fats, neurological problems, fertility, growth and development.
Sources: Green vegetables, berries, citrus fruits, asparagus, broccoli, beef, liver, brussel sprouts, cantaloupe, cauliflower, mangos, sweet peppers, sweet peppers, pineapple, radishes, spinach, strawberries and tomatoes (most fresh fruits and vegetables).
Body Parts Affected: Adrenal glands, blood, bones, capillary walls, cell, connective tissue, heart, nervous system and teeth.
Deficiency Symptoms: Anaemia, bleeding gums, shortness of breath, bruising easily, dental cavities, impaired immune function, muscle degeneration, nosebleeds, poor digestion, stress, weakened cartilage, blood clots, and slow wound healing.
Sources: Fish, dairy products, oatmeal, sweet potatoes. Vitamin D can also be converted from sunlight on the skin.
Body Parts Affected: Bones, heart, kidneys, nervous system, skin, teeth and thyroid gland.
Deficiency Symptoms: Brittle and fragile bones, burning in mouth and throat, diarrhoea, insomnia, irregular heartbeat, low blood calcium, myopia, nervousness, pale skin, poor metabolism, rickets, sensitivity
to pain, soft bones and teeth, osteoporosis, osteopenia, hypocalcaemia. Vitamin D enhances the immune system.