7 Signs That Something Is Missing From Your Diet

by: Marina Wildt
It shouldn’t come as any surprise to you that the food you eat directly affects your health. You may be aware of how certain nutrients can help you. But do you know the signs your body shows you when it’s not getting enough in the first place? Keep an eye out for the following physical signs:

Dry Eyes

There is always the possibility that your dry eyes are due to allergies or from wearing your contact lenses for too long. But if these two options don’t seem likely. You may want to check that you are getting enough essential fatty acid Omega 3 in your diet, which are essential for healthy eyesight.
You can get high sources of Omega 3 from fish, whole grains, nuts and seeds.

Regular Nosebleeds

Unless you have the flu, and are blowing your nose incessantly there is really very little reason to have regular nosebleeds. Therefore it should be taken seriously if you do. In this case, it’s very possible that you may have a Vitamin K deficiency which is essential for blood clotting.
If you think this is the problem, up your intake of leafy greens that are high in Vitamin K, such as spinach and kale. Otherwise, best to go and see a doctor to have your nosebleeds checked out.

Hair Loss

As you age, gradual hair loss could just be draw of the genetic luck. However, certain loss of hair could also be a sign that you are not getting enough iron. This is especially likely for women under 50.
In this case, it’s time to increase your lean protein intake and possibly snack on some nuts and seeds in between.

Bleeding And Sore Gums

Bleeding and sore gums is one of the most common signs of gum disease. However if that is not the diagnosis, you could be lacking a serious amount of Vitamin C from your diet.
Make sure to get enough leafy greens, citrus fruits and berries through your diet. If this is still not enough, you may need to use a Vitamin C supplement…..
Read more: http://www.longevitylive.com/nutrition-body/healthy-eating/7-signs-something-is-missing/
Source: Longevity Live