Vitamin Deficiency

Vitamin deficiency occurs when the body does not receive a sufficient
amount of vitamins from your diet. Low vitamin levels can lead to
many unpleasant symptoms and leave you more susceptible to certain diseases.


Vitamin B Deficiency

Your body relies on the consumption of Vitamin B rich foods to feed your supply and keep up your energy levels. Vitamin B12 also helps proper functioning of the cells in your body. Vitamin B12 deficiencies can lead to fatigue and are sometimes associated with gastrointestinal disorders and immune system disorders.

Vitamin C Deficiency

Vitamin C helps promote a healthy immune system and healing. Deficiencies in Vitamin C can lead to a decreased immune system and slower healing, leaving patients susceptible to illness and prolonging the effects of certain medical conditions. 

Vitamin D Deficiency

Vitamin D helps your body absorb calcium, which is vital to having and maintaining healthy bones. Deficiencies of Vitamin D can cause weakened bones, fractures, loss of bone density and other conditions. Vitamin D can be absorbed through a proper diet as well as exposure to the sun.

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