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Great question. Zinc deficiency symptoms affect about one in three people worldwide, especially those in undeveloped countries. [1] Other research done on this health concern discovered that an additional 25% of the population has low zinc consumption. From what we’ve seen, there are three main causes: processed foods tend to have low zinc value, we are growing food in zinc-deficient soil, and high-whole-grain diets. These are troubling realizations, especially because zinc is one of the most important minerals for a healthy life. It’s responsible for more than 300 crucial enzyme reactions in our body such as DNA and RNA maintenance....

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Magnesium deficiency (also known as hypomagnesemia) is not nearly as well known as calcium or vitamin deficiencies, but it is just as rough on your body. What’s even more worrying is that at least 57% of the population is deficient in magnesium [1]. In fact, more and more people aren’t getting enough magnesium in their diet, with processed foods and reduced levels in the soil considered to be the culprit. Not getting enough magnesium can start a downward spiral of serious health problems because it is responsible for a lot of important body functions. Read on to discover the full...

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Most households in the United States keep iodized salt in their pantries as a cooking staple. So naturally we think salt means iodine, but that’s a misconception. We also think (mistakenly) that this is enough iodine to cover our bases. It is fairly uncommon in the United States and in Canada to be deficient, but the lack of iodine can severely affect your thyroid. Pregnant women need 50% more than the average woman and a deficiency could permanently harm the fetus and result in significantly lower IQ. Yikes! 10 common signs of iodine deficiency are: Swelling in the Neck (Thyroid...

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How much sleep should I really be getting? How much sleep do men need? How much sleep do women need? Do naps count as sleep time? What about disco napping, does it really work? How to nap during the day and not feel groggy? Yes, it's true you are probably sleep deficient.

Live Optimally, 

Barton Scott 

Nutritionist, Napping Aficionado and Founder of Upgraded Formulas

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