Fatigue and Weakness:

Generalized fatigue and weakness can result from a lack of essential nutrients like iron, vitamin B12, and folate

Pale Skin or Mouth Sores:

Iron deficiency anemia can lead to pale skin, while deficiencies in B vitamins, particularly B2 (riboflavin), can cause cracks or sores at the corners of the mouth.

Brittle Nails and Hair:

Weak, brittle nails and hair can be signs of nutritional deficiencies, including biotin (vitamin B7) and minerals like zinc and selenium.

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Muscle Weakness and Cramps:

Magnesium deficiency can result in muscle weakness and cramps. Low levels of calcium and potassium can also contribute to muscle issues.

Vision Problems:

Vitamin A deficiency can lead to vision problems, particularly night blindness. It's essential for maintaining healthy eyes and good vision.

Skin Issues:

Skin problems like dryness, flakiness, and eczema can be indicative of nutrient deficiencies, including vitamins A, C, E, and zinc.

Poor Wound Healing:

Slow wound healing and an increased susceptibility to infections can result from deficiencies in vitamin C, zinc,

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