In a human body a millions processes happen simultaneously. But sometimes when a certain function is obstructed, our body sends us different signals.
We often ignore them, and mostly it is because we don’t recognize these signs and the message that the body sends us.

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In this article we will reveal the most important signs that you mustn’t ignore.

Irritability, leg cramps and poor sleep

All these signs indicate that the body needs magnesium and potassium. Food rich in magnesium includes nuts, like sunflower, linseed and almonds.
You can increase potassium in the body with green leafy vegetables, like spinach, kale and chard. Also, you can find it in red beet, apricots and plums.

Cravings for salty food

This means that there is an infection or inflammation in the body, especially in the urogenital system.

Dry skin

Dry skin indicates that the body need vitamin E. You should increase intake of oily fish, nuts and vegetable oils.

Sweet cravings

Desire for sweets means that you probably suffer from a nervous exhaustion and you need glucose for energy. To prevent gastrointestinal issues, honey or dark chocolate is a right choice.

Bleeding gums

This is a sign that you need vitamin C. So, drink plenty of tea, consume vegetables and fruits and also garlic.

Desire for raw foods

This is a symptom of gastritis or liver issues. Raw food reduces cramps and soothe the stomach.

Dry skin on the elbows

This is a sign of vitamin A and vitamin C deficiency. Consume more vegetables and fruits, particularly carrots, oranges, apricots and pumpkin.

Increased desire for seafood

This means that your body lacks iodine.

Desire for sour food

This way the body tells you that it needs to stimulate the liver and the gallbladder. Consume more lemons and cranberries.

Brittle hair and nails

This sign means that the body need vitamin B and calcium. Consume more milk, potatoes, legumes, whole grains. Also incorporate a wheat germ (this is a bread from sprouted grains) on your menu.

 

Source: healthyfoodhouse.com