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5 Vitamins & Minerals to check

when your diet is not nutritionally complete


With their busy lifestyles and dietary preferences, many individuals may find it challenging to consume a nutritionally complete diet. If you are one of those individuals, it's essential to be aware of potential nutrient deficiencies.

Regularly checking your blood levels for specific vitamins and minerals can provide valuable insights into your nutritional status and help you make informed food and supplement choices to support your overall health and to help you lose weight.

"YES! Some of these markers can prevent you from achieving a healthy weight."

1. Vitamin D

Our bodies produce vitamin D when our skin is exposed to sunlight. However, those who spend limited time outdoors or live in regions with limited sunlight may experience deficiency.

Low vitamin D levels can lead to weakened bones, increased susceptibility to infections, and mood imbalances. It can also cause pain and tiredness in your body, which might prevent you from doing your daily exercises.

2. Vitamin B12

3. Iron

4. Vitamin C

5. Calcium

Why is it important to check vitamins?

Understanding the vitamins and minerals your body may be lacking is crucial if you're not able to meet your nutritional needs through food alone. Regular blood tests can provide valuable information about potential deficiencies, allowing you to make targeted dietary changes or consider supplementation under medical guidance.

Remember, a well-nourished body is better equipped to fight illnesses, maintain energy levels, and support overall health and longevity. Always consult with a certified nutritionist to assess your specific nutrient needs and ensure you make the right choices to enhance your health and optimize your a healthy weight.

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