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Signs of low Calcium

Effects of deficient calcium

  • Weight Gain
  • Weak bones
  • Lack of sound sleep
  • Confusion
  • Memory loss
  • Depression
  • Fluctuating Blood pressure
  • Heart failure
  • Numbness
  • Tingling in hands arms, feet legs and mouth
  • Muscle tremors
  • Muscle cramps
  • Pain in arms, underarms and thighs
  • Painful when walking

FYI:  Increasing Calcium can increase weight loss

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Signs of low Omega 3 oils

Effects of Deficient Omega 3 Oils:

  • Fatigue
  • Lack of Sleep
  • Reduced concentration
  • Poor brain function
  • Moodiness
  • Joint pain – Arthritis
  • Leg cramps
  • Allergies
  • Heart and Blood problems
  • Macular Degeneration
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry skin
  • Weight Gain

FYI:  Omega 3 can normalize the brain’s neural activity

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Signs of Low B12

The signs of B12 deficiency are:

  • Loss of balance
  • Weakness
  • Tiredness
  • Lightheadedness
  • Heart palpitations
  • Shortness of breath
  • Pale skin
  • A smooth tongue
  • Constipation
  • Gas
  • Diarrhea
  • No appetite
  • Nerve numbness
  • Nerve tingling
  • Weak Muscles
  • Vision loss
  • Depression
  • Memory loss
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Signs of low Magnesium

Magnesium is a nutrient for over 300 reactions in the body and it plays a role in a healthy immune system, cognitive function, bone strength, muscle relaxation and energy production.

Experiences of low magnesium 

  • numbness
  • tingling & tremors
  • muscle cramps & spasms
  • seizures
  • muscle spasticity
  • personality changes, nervousness
  • abnormal heart rhythms
  • dizziness & headaches
  • weakens bones

FYI:  can be an influence to low levels of calcium & potassium


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Signs of low B9 (folate)

Folate deficiency is a result of overcooked food and an eating plan without enough fresh fruits, vegetables.

B9 (Folate) cannot be stored in the body meaning it must be ingested regularly.

The symptoms of folate deficiency are often subtle. They include:

  • fatigue
  • gray hair
  • megaloblastic anemia (read more below)
  • mouth sores
  • tongue swelling
  • growth problems

The symptoms of anemia that occur due to folate deficiency include:

  • persistent fatigue
  • weakness
  • lethargy
  • pale skin
  • red blood cells are larger than normal
  • shortness of breath
  • irritability

FYI:  A drop in folate  can happen quickly without enough folate-rich foods

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Are you eating for Spinal Cord & Nerve Health

eating for Spinal Cord & Nerve Functions

6 Categories of Nutrition for importing functional experiences  

1.  Magnesium

 Magnesium regulates nerve and muscle function

Recommended daily:  Women 310-320 mg,  Men 400-420 mg

Natural Sources:

  • Fermented Foods:
    • sauerkraut
  • Fruit:
    • bananas
    • blueberries
    • grapefruit
    • lemon & limes
    • orange
    • raspberries
  • Kefir
  • Ginger
  • Leafy greens:
    • spinach
    • kale
    • collard greens
  • Legumes:
    • peanuts
  • Nuts & seeds:
    • almonds
    • cashews
    • flax
    • pumpkin
  • Cinnamon
  • Turmeric
  • Veggies:
    • avocado
    • Brussel sprouts
    • pumpkin
  • Whole grains

FYI:  Including more magnesium in your diet can help promote muscle relaxation and better-quality sleep.

Effects of low Magnesium?

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2.  B9 (Folate) essential for spinal cord Development

Makes red and white blood cells in the bone marrow, convert carbohydrates into energy, and produce DNA and RNA

Recommended daily:  400 mcg

Natural Sources:

  • Leafy greens:
    • kale
    • collard greens
    • lettuce:
      • romaine
    • mustard greens
    • spinach
    • turnip greens
  • Cinnamon
  • Dairy:
    • milk
  • Eggs
  • Fermented Foods:
    • sauerkraut
  • Fruits:
    • bananas
    • blueberries
    • grapefruit
    • lemon & limes
    • oranges
    • pineapple
    • raspberries
    • strawberries
    • watermelon
  • Legumes
    • beans:
      • lima
    • peanuts
  • Mushrooms:
    • Shitake mushroom
  • Nuts & Seeds:
    • sunflower seeds
  • Meat, Poultry, Seafood
    • clams
    • sardines
    • trout
    • tuna
  • Potato:
    • sweet potato
  • Seaweed:
    • Nori
  •  Veggies:
    • asparagus
    • avocado
    • broccoli
    • Brussels sprouts
    • celery
    • cucumber
    • pumpkin
  • Whole grain

FYI:  cannot be produced by the body, must be supplied

Effects of Low  B9 (Folate)?

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3.  B12 produces myelin, the fatty substance that protects nerve cells

Recommended daily:  Adults  2.4 mcg

Natural Sources:

  • Dairy:
    • cheese
    • feta 
    • Kefir
    • milk
    • yogurt
  • Eggs:
    • yokes
  • Fermented Foods
    • black garlic
  • Mushrooms:
    • Lion’s mane
    • Shitake mushroom
  • Nuts
  • Meat, Poultry, Seafood
    • clams
    • crab
    • mackerel
    • mussels
    • oysters
    • sardines
    • trout
    • tuna
    • organ meats: 
      • liver
      • kidney
  • Seaweed:
    • algae
    • nori
  • Yeast:
    • nutritional

FYI:  Rainwater contains B12

& B12 cannot be produced by the body, must be supplied

Lack of B12 Effects?

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4.  Resveratrol reduces oxidative stress and protects the spinal cord

Natural Sources:

  • Cocoa
  •  Chocolate:
    • dark
  •  Fruit:
    • blueberries
    • cranberries
    • grapes
  • Legumes:
    • peanuts
  • Nuts:
    • pistachios
  • Wine:
    • Red
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5.  Omega-3 fatty acids protect nerves

Recommended daily:  Adults 250–500 mg

Natural Sources:

  • Fermented Foods:
    • sauerkraut
  • Fruits
    • bananas
    • blueberries
    • grapefruit
    • lemon & limes
    • oranges
    • raspberries
  • Ginger
  • Nuts
    • chia seeds
    • flax seeds
      • flaxseed oil
    • walnuts
      • walnut oil
  • Seafood: 
    • anchovy
    • halibut
    • herring
    • mackerel
    • salmon – wild
    • tuna
  • Turmeric
  • Veggies:
    • avocado
    • Brussel Sprouts
    • pumpkin

FYI:  essential fat required for function

Lack of Omega 3 Effects?

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6.  Calcium sends signals between cells in the nervous system and regulates muscle contractions

Mineral necessary for life

Recommended daily:  Adults 2500 mg

Natural Sources:

  • Cinnamon
  • Dairy:
    •  Cheese:
      • Blue
      • Brick
      • Cheddar
      • Edam
      • Gouda
      • Gruyere
      • Parmesan
      • Swiss
    • Cottage Cheese
    • Ice Cream
    • Kefir
    • Milk
    • Yogurt
  • Fermented Foods:
    • Sauerkraut
  • Fruit:
    • blueberries
    • bananas
    • figs
    • grapefruit
    • kiwi
    • lemon & limes
    • oranges
    • raspberries
  • Ginger
  • Legumes:
    • beans
    • chickpeas
    • edamame
  • Nuts:
    • almonds
    • Brazil nuts
  • Molasses:
    • blackstrap
  • Seafood:
    • salmon
    • sardines
  • Seaweed:
    • agar
  • Soy:
    • tofu
  • Turmeric
  • Veggies:
    • artichoke
    • beet Greens
    • bok Choy
    • broccoli
    • collard Greens
    • dandelion Greens
    • kale
    • okra
    • olives
    • snap Peas
    • Snow Peas
    • squash
    • turnip 

FYI:  Lack of calcium in the diet can cause spasms and cramping

Lack of Calcium Effects?

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