What are the symptoms of choline deficiency?
Mild choline deficiency can cause fatigue, insomnia, poor ability of your kidneys to concentrate urine, problems with memory, and nerve-muscle imbalances. Choline deficiency can also cause deficiency of another B vitamin, folate. Extreme choline deficiency can cause liver dysfunction, cardiovascular disease, impaired growth, abnormalities in bone formation, lack of red blood cell formation, infertility, respiratory distress and failure to thrive in newborns, kidney failure, anemia, and high blood pressure. Because your body can't make the neurotransmitter acetyl choline without choline, deficiency may lead to high blood pressure and respiratory distress. Because your body can't easily make a cell membrane component, phosphatidylcholine, without choline, deficiency may lead to kidney failure and lack of red blood cell formation. Choline deficiency particularly affects your liver, because a lack of choline prevents your liver from packaging and transporting fat in a natural pattern. The primary symptom of this change in fat-packaging is a decrease in your blood level of very low-density lipoprotein (VLDL), a complex fat-containing molecule that your liver uses to transport fat. As part of this same pattern, levels of triglycerides in your blood can also become greatly increased as a result of choline deficiency.
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Iron Deficiency . Symptoms of iron deficiency can occur even before the condition has progressed to iron deficiency anaemia.. Symptoms of iron deficiency are not unique to… iron deficiency (ienot pathognomonic). Iron is needed for many enzymes to functionnormally, so a wide range of symptoms may eventually emerge, either asthe secondary result of the anemia, or as other primary results of irondeficiency. Symptoms of iron deficiency include: . Fatigue . Pallor . Irritability . Weakness . Pica (urge to eat non-food items) 1 1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iron_deficiency
It is an essential nutrient in the brain. Choline, a water-soluble nutrient, is the newest official member of the B vitamin family. Even though it has only recently been ad…opted as a vitamin, choline has been the subject of nutritional study for almost 150 years. Adolph Strecker discovered choline in 1864 and it was chemically synthesized in 1866. In the late 1930s, scientists discovered that tissue from the pancreas contained a substance that could help prevent fatty build-up in the liver. This substance was named choline after the Greek word chole , which means bile. Today, we know that choline is a component of every human cell. In 1975, scientists discovered that choline increased the synthesis and release of acetylcholine by neurons. These discoveries lead to the increased interest in dietary choline and brain function. In 1998, choline was classified as an essential nutrient by the Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine (USA).
Symptoms of Thiamine deficiency are polyneuropathy, edema, and cardiac failure.. Often humans can be difficient in Thiamine as it is destroyed by Sulphur Dioxide ingested fro…m nearly all processed foods. Anyone drinking alot of wine or beer will also be ingesting alot of Sulphur Dioxide.. It can cause severe mood swings, aggression, varicose veins, decreased memory, depression, suicide feelings, fatigure, rapid heart beat and especially breathing problems.
The symptoms are wide ranging, with most notable being thyroid dysfunction, and have been documented by many including Nancy Adams, PhD who offers a collection of links and in…formation on the subject at her site http://quackcenter.com There has also been extensive research on iodine deficiency by Dr. Guy Abraham, the inventor of Iodoral, the strongest iodine supplement available. Believe it or not there is a minimum recommended intake of Iodine by the FDA which is about 1/1000 of what you find in the typical Japanese diet. I've included a related link to her page which has tons of information about Iodine.
Slow growth, stunting, and purplish color (anthocyanins) on foliage or dark green color; dying leaf tip.
Early thiamine deficiency produces fatigue, abdominal pain , constipation, irritation, loss of memory, chest pain, anorexia and sleep disturbance.
Symptoms of inadequate carnitine can include confusion, heart pain, muscle weakness, and obesity.
Many doctors test adult women for Vitamin D levels in the blood at yearly check ups. If you are concerned, ask your doctor to check at your next physical, or make an appointme…nt.
Symptoms include obstruction of a blood vessel by a clot (thromboembolic disease), vein inflammation (phlebitis), and ulcers of the lower parts of the legs
Symptoms of ACTH deficiency include fatigue, weakness, weight loss and low blood pressure. Nausea, pale skin and loss of pubic and armpit hair in women may also indicate defic…iency of ACTH.
Pale skin, weakness and fatigue, chest pain, weak hair.
Pale skin, constant fatigue, poor concentration, etc. Iron is what allows red blood cells to carry and distribute oxygen molecules throughout the body. Anything you can think …of that would be the result of low oxygen content in the body may appear as symptoms of anemia.
Incontinence, chronic fatigue and weight loss are all associated with B12 deficiency. Depression and tremors may also indicate a problem although may be due to other problems.…
Because manganese plays a role in a variety of enzyme systems, manganese deficiency can affect many physiological processes, and can cause nausea, vomiting, high blood sugar, …skin rash, loss of hair color, excessive bone loss, low cholesterol levels, dizziness, hearing loss, and a poorly functioning reproductive system. Severe manganese deficiency in infants can cause paralysis, convulsions, blindness, and deafness, and may lead to impaired growth, skeletal abnormalities, and defects in carbohydrate and fat metabolism. In addition, manganese deficiency may lead to ataxia, a movement disorder characterized by lack of muscle coordination and balance caused by poor development of the otoliths, the structures in the inner ear that are responsible for equilibrium. However, manganese deficiency is very rare in humans, and does not usually develop unless manganese is deliberately eliminated from the diet. In addition, magnesium may substitute for manganese in certain enzyme systems if manganese is deficient, thereby allowing your body to function normally despite the deficiency.
Some of the symptoms of vitamin D deficiency include bone pain and muscle weakness. These symptoms are usually subtle though, so if one is at risk of this deficiency, blood te…sts would be recommended to check the levels of this vitamin.
There are many symptoms associated with vitamin deficiency. Some examples of these symptoms include fatigue, dizziness, and mental confusion or forgetfulness.