6 Things Muscles Tell You About Your Nutrient Status
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Are your muscles trying to tell you something? Here’s what you can find out about your nutrient status from your muscles.
0:00 Your muscles and your nutrient status
0:20 Pain and inflammation
0:48 Low recovery
1:22 Burning muscles
3:52 Weak muscles
Today we’re going to talk about the 6 things that your muscles will tell you about your nutrient status. This is a very important video for those who have any type of problem with the muscles. The muscle is an organ, and it’s a great indicator of all sorts of nutrient deficiencies in the body.
6 things your muscles tell you about your nutrient status:
1. Pain and inflammation (especially low back pain)
This could be a vitamin D deficiency
2. Low recovery from exercise
This could be an omega-3 fatty acid deficiency.
3. Burning in the muscles (or restless leg syndrome)
This could be a condition called lactic acidosis, where there is too much lactic acid in the muscles. This could be a vitamin B1 deficiency. Nutritional yeast may help as well as avoiding refined carbs and sugar.
4. Twitching or tetany
This could be a low calcium situation. You could take calcium (not calcium carbonate) but, if you’re doing enough calcium foods, it could be that you’re too alkaline. If you’re too alkaline, you could try taking apple cider vinegar.
This could be a potassium deficiency, magnesium deficiency, or a sodium deficiency. You may need salt or these electrolytes.
6. Weak muscles
This could be a vitamin E deficiency. The type of vitamin E that you may need is called tocotrienols.
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I hope this helps you better understand what your muscles are trying to tell you about your nutrient status.