1. Poor Night Vision
Vitamin A, known as retinol, is essential for promoting good vision and overall eye health. It also helps to maintain healthy skin and soft tissues throughout the body.
2. Cracks at the Corners of the Mouth
This is more likely to occur for those following vegan and vegetarian diets because it's harder to get sufficient
zinc, iron and B12.
3. Sores or Discoloration of the Mouth and Tongue
Water-soluble B-vitamins are essential for the health of the mouth and tongue. Unfortunately, the body doesn't store them, so we have to constantly replenish them to maintain health.
4. Weak, Spotted or Ridged Nails
These are common signs of a deficiency in zinc, an important trace mineral needed for the proper function of the immune system. Zinc also serves an important role in cell division and growth.
5. Poor Blood Clotting
Essential for normal blood clotting, vitamin K also plays a vital role in bone mineralization and cell growth. Lack of vitamin K can result in bruising, frequent nosebleeds and brittle bones.
6. Weak Muscles and Bones
In advanced cases, it's called rickets (for children) or osteomalacia (for adults), but it boils down to a deficiency in vitamin D, an essential nutrient for growth, health and maintenance of the structural system.
7. Frequent Cramps in the lower legs or 'Restless Leg'
Magnesium, calcium and potassium support proper muscle development and growth. Lack of these important nutrients can cause persistent discomfort in the feet, calves and back of the leg.
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, make sure to talk to a healthcare practitioner or nutritionist for more advice on supplementation. Super Trio offers powerful and effective combination of essential fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants for your daily nutrition, vitality and longevity.