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Mineral Deficiency can cause Birth defects..7

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Mineral Deficiency can cause Birth defects..7



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12... Important Minerals U need 7
Vitamin C The need for vitamin C is increased in pregnancy due to larger blood volume in the mother and the growth of the unborn baby. Vitamin C is important for the formation of collagen which is especially important in blood vessels. Vitamin C also improves adsorption of iron from your diet. The average requirement for vitamin C during pregnancy is 40mg/day but because of individual variation, some women may need 60mg/day or more.  Excellent dietary sources of vitamin C include fruit and vegetables. 12... Important Minerals U need 8 Calcium calcium is vital for making your baby’s bones and teeth. Dairy products and fish with edible bones - such as sardines - are rich in calcium. Breakfast cereals, dried fruit - such as figs and apricots - bread, almonds, tofu (a vegetable protein made from soya beans) and green lea…

Mineral Deficiency can cause Birth defects..6

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Mineral Deficiency can cause Birth defects..6

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12... Important Minerals U need 4
ZincZinc is a component of various enzymes that help maintain structural integrity of proteins and help regulate gene expression, so getting enough is particularly important for the rapid cell growth that occurs during pregnancy. The average requirement for zinc during pregnancy is 9mg/day but some women will need as much as 11mg/day or more. Zinc can be found in lean meat, wholegrain cereals, milk, seafood, legumes and nuts. If you take Healthy food you can have Iron along with other.  You can eat  as U wish without fear....No side effects....No reactions.
12... Important Minerals U need 5 Vitamin D You need vitamin D to keep your bones healthy and to provide your baby with enough vitamin D for the first few months of its life. Vitamin D regulates the amount of calcium and phosphate in the body, and these are needed to help keep bones an…

Mineral Deficiency can cause Birth defects..5

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Mineral Deficiency can cause Birth defects..5


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11... How to have Healthy child?
Eating a Healthy food like Vegetables, Grains, pulses,fruits etc... in pregnancy will help you to get all the vitamins and minerals you need.  There are some vitamins and minerals that are especially important. It is best to get vitamins and minerals from the food you eat, but when you are pregnant you will need to take some supplements as well. Do not take vitamin A supplements, or any supplements containing vitamin A, as too much could harm your baby. You can get supplements from pharmacies and supermarkets, or your doctor may be able to prescribe them for you. If you want to get your folic acid or vitamin D from a multivitamin tablet, make sure that the tablet does not contain vitamin A (or retinol). 12... Important Minerals U need 1 Iron Pregnancy can deplete a mother’s iron stores. Therefore, it is important to have an appropriate i…

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Mineral Deficiency can cause Birth defects..4



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8... Listeria infection in pregnancy
Listeria infection in pregnancy often goes unnoticed due to lack of awareness. For the study, four pregnant rhesus macaques were fed doses of the listeria comparable to what one might encounter in contaminated food. According to the results published in the journal mBio, none of the monkeys showed obvious signs of infection before their pregnancies came to abrupt ends. But the tissue samples taken after each monkey experienced intrauterine fetal death, the researchers concluded that listeria had invaded the placenta (an organ which connects fetus to the uterine wall to allow nutrient uptake) as well as the endometrium, the lining of the uterus. Researchers believe that the inflammation caused by the maternal immune response to the fast-moving listeria also affects the placenta, keeping it from protecting the fetus. The results sugge…

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Mineral Deficiency can cause Birth defects..3


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Most, 84 per cent were unaware that iodine from diet is important for the healthy development of the unborn baby, and only 11 per cent had heard about iodine from a healthcare professional. "Iodine is crucial during pregnancy and the first months of life, to ensure adequate brain development, but achieving over 200 micrograms a day of iodine through diet requires regular consumption of iodine-rich foods such as milk and sea fish," Combet said.

 There is a need to work towards a solution, she said. "The most important issue to come from this study, however, was the lack of awareness of the important role iodine plays in foetal development and how to consume adequate levels of this essential mineral. This is something that needs to be addressed," Combet said. 7... Unhealthy food may cause for Miscarriage Being pregnant is all abou…

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Mineral Deficiency can cause Birth defects..2




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3...  Nutrient deficiency
While 96 per cent of pregnant women surveyed were aware of general nutritional recommendations for them, only 12 per cent were aware of iodine-specific advice. Unborn children and young infants are entirely reliant on their mother for iodine supply, making babies and pregnant or lactating mothers the most vulnerable group of the population.

4...  Vitamin A needed daily
The study estimated the median intake of iodine during pregnancy was 190 micrograms per day, with 74 per cent consuming less than the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommended intake of 250 micrograms daily. "Women aren't receiving the message about the importance of iodine in pregnancy, meaning they cannot make informed choices to ensure they get the amount they require," said Dr Emilie Combet, who led the research at the University of Glasgow.

5...  Iodine deficie…

Mineral Deficiency can cause Birth defects..1

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Mineral Deficiency can cause Birth defects..1

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1... For Couples If you have decided to have a Healthy child you should change your Normal Food to Healthy food.  Then only you can have Healthy child.  I am telling U from the beginning that PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE.  Today about 90 Million couples are giving birth to Defective children and feel Sad after seeing their child.   I wish U to have Healthy child and advise you to follow Healthy habits, healthy food etc...
2..  Pregnancy and Diet It's usually true that pregnant women are usually up-to-date on what they should and shouldn't eat. They keep a tab on their daily intake and are sure to include foods that'll benefit their kids. But there's an important mineral they may have missed out on: Iodine. According to Web MD, many pregnant and breast-feeding women are deficient in iodine. What causes this deficiency? Researchers at the American Academ…

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9...  symptoms of mineral deficiency
The symptoms of a mineral deficiency depend upon which nutrient the body lacks. Possible symptoms include: constipation, bloating, or abdominal paindecreased immune systemdiarrheairregular heart beatloss of appetitemuscle crampingnausea and vomitingnumbness or tingling in the extremitiespoor concentrationslow social or mental development in childrenweakness or tiredness You may display one or more of these symptoms, and the severity may vary. Some symptoms may be so minor that they go unnoticed and undiagnosed. Contact your healthcare provider if you experience prolonged fatigue, weakness, or poor concentration. The symptoms may be a sign of a mineral deficiency or another health condition. 10... My advise Since last 15 years I am telling U to protect your Health with your Healthy food, Healthy habits etc.... but only few people are following my advice an…

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Mineral Deficiency ...5
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8...  causes mineral deficiency One major cause of mineral deficiency is simply not getting enough essential minerals from food or supplements. There are different types of diets that might result in this deficiency. A poor diet that relies on junk food, or a diet that lacks adequate fruits and vegetables can be possible causes. Alternately a very low-calorie diet may produce this deficiency. This includes people in weight-loss programs or with eating disorders. Older adults with poor appetites may also not get enough calories or nutrients in their diet. Restricted diets may also cause you to have a mineral deficiency. Vegetarians, vegans, and people with food allergies or lactose intolerance might experience mineral deficiency if they fail to manage their diet effectively. Difficulty with digestion of food or absorption of nutrients can result in mineral deficiency. Potential causes of th…

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6... Potassium deficiency
Potassium is a mineral that functions as an electrolyte. It’s required for muscle contraction, proper heart function, and the transmission of nerve signals. It’s also needed by a few enzymes, including one that helps your body turn carbohydrates into energy. The best sources of potassium are fruits and vegetables. The most common cause of potassium deficiency is excessive fluid loss. Examples can include extended vomiting, kidney disease, or the use of certain medications such as diuretics. Symptoms of potassium deficiency include muscle cramping and weakness. Other symptoms show up as constipation, bloating, or abdominal pain caused by paralysis of the intestines. Severe potassium deficiency can cause paralysis of the muscles or irregular heart rhythms that may lead to death. 7... Zinc deficiency Zinc plays a role in many aspects of the body’s metabolism. These in…

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4... Iron deficiency
More than half of the iron in your body is in red blood cells. Iron is an important part of hemoglobin, a protein that carries oxygen to your tissues. It’s also a part of other proteins and enzymes that keep your body healthy. The best sources of iron are meat, poultry, or fish. Plant-based foods such as beans or lentils are also good sources. Iron deficiency develops slowly and can cause anemia. It’s considered uncommon in the United States and in people with healthy diets. But, the World Health Organization estimated in  a 2008 report that iron deficiency causes approximately half of all anemia cases worldwide. The symptoms of iron-deficiency anemia include feeling weak and tired. You may be performing poorly at work or school. Children may exhibit signs through slow social and cognitive development. 5... Magnesium deficiency The body needs magnesium for hundreds of c…

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2...  Types of Mineral deficiency
There are five main types of mineral deficiency: calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, and zinc.
Minerals are specific kinds of nutrients that your body needs in order to function properly. A mineral deficiency occurs when your body doesn’t obtain or absorb the required amount of a mineral. The human body requires different amounts of each mineral to stay healthy. Specific needs are outlined in recommended daily allowances (RDA). The RDA is the average amount that meets the needs of about 97 percent of healthy people. They can be obtained from food, mineral supplements, and food products that have been fortified with extra minerals. A deficiency often happens slowly over time and can be caused by a number of reasons. An increased need for the mineral, lack of the mineral in the diet, or difficulty absorbing the mineral from food are some of the more common r…

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1... Mineral deficiency

An increased need for the minerallack of the mineral in the diet, or difficulty absorbing the mineral from food are some of the more common reasons. Mineral deficiencies can lead to a variety of health problems, such as weak bones, fatigue, or a decreased immune system.
Magnesium deficiency can cause loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting, fatigue, and weakness. In more severe cases, it can lead to numbness, muscle cramps, seizures, abnormal heart rhythms, personality changes, or low potassium orcalcium levels
Mineral deficiency is a lack of dietary minerals, the micronutrients that are needed for an organism's proper health. ... Examples of mineral deficiency include, zincdeficiency, iron deficiency, and magnesium deficiency.
A test for magnesium is done to: Find a cause for nerve and muscle problems, such as muscle twitches, irritability, and muscle weakness.Find …

Benefits of Minerals ..8

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Benefits of Minerals ..8






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16...  Selenium
Acts as an electrolyte (regulates the electrical communication between cells)Acts as an antioxidant to combat free radicalsProtects cell membranes and reduces the generation of free radicalsDecreases the risk of contracting several types of cancer and heart diseaseAssists in the preservation of tissue elasticitySlows down the aging process and the hardening of tissue caused by oxidationVital to the proper function of your pancreas and thyroid glandAssists in the prevention of dandruff
Cause of Defective births
If we analyse any defective birth we will come to know some mineral(s)  is missing and If we go in deep we can identify the minerals.  Suppose if the child born with Bone problem We can guess the CALCIUM was not sufficient before birth.  The mother has to take balanced diet to fulfill requirements of all minerals to her body and unborn child.  If any is lacking the will …