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Re: white spots on nails

Posted by utopizen on December 1, 2002, at 12:17:08

In reply to Re: white spots on nails, posted by Larry Hoover on December 1, 2002, at 11:32:21

ms are deficiencies of smell and taste, prostate irritation, and the white spots. I know when my body needs more zinc. As I've frequently expressed, doing trials of supplements, one at a time, will be informative in ways that supplementing a number of nutrients simultaneously will not. It takes patience to learn how your own body works.
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I don't think everyone should get nutrient blood tests during their physicals (they don't, which saves lotso f $) but if you think you have a problem it's much better to get one and be sure. No sense in trial and error when over-dosing a nutrient is impossible to catch by listening to your body... and most people are sufficent in most vitamins... chances are if you have any deficiency, it's only one or two minerals, not a whole bunch.




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