Diagnose-it-Yourself

Almost every minor symptom seems to be tied to a deficiency in some mineral or micro-nutrient or other, according to the Body Language site. I’ll leave visitors to check into the affiliations of the website, in case they’re simply touting supplements, although I don’t think they are.

Meanwhile, a taster, as it were:

Muscle cramps, calf tenderness, hypertension? – Magnesium

Wheezy after fruit/veg/wine? – Molybdenum

Stretch marks? – Zinc

Vitiligo/premature grey hair? – PABA and magnesium

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Author: David Bradley

Freelance science journalist, author of Deceived Wisdom. Sharp-shooting photographer and wannabe rock god.

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  1. my grandmother forgets a lot, she invents stories, she’s very paranoid, she is about 82 years old and when we are talking about something she would totaly change the subject without even noying

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