Healthy Life Redesign

Healthy Life Redesign

Nutrient Deficiencies: Is This What’s Causing Your Fatigue? – Episode 008

May 01, 2018

Discover whether vitamin or mineral deficiencies may be causing your fatigue and learn how you can replenish your body through food sources or nutrient supplementation.

Full Show notes at including Dr. Kimberley's free guide "Fatigued to Fabulous".

The top 5 categories of nutrient deficiencies that can lead to your low energy and fatigue
How you can boost your nutrient intake through food sources of each vitamin or mineral
Which form of each nutrient you should supplement for best absorption and bioavailability
Which nutrients are more likely to be deficient on a vegetarian or vegan diet
How-to boost your energy by replenishing your body’s nutrients

Most Common Nutrient Deficiencies that can Cause Fatigue:
1. Iron
2. B-Vitamins – There are several B-vitamins and those most important to energy production include:
- Vitamin B5 (pantethine or calcium-d-pantothenate)
- Vitamin B6 (pyridoxal-5-phosphate)
- Vitamin B9 (5-methyltetrahydrofolate or L-methylfolate, which are the active forms of folic acid)
- Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin)
3. Nutrients that are required for thyroid hormone production, including:
- Iodine
- Selenium
- Zinc
4. Magnesium
5. Nutrients that are required for mitochondrial function, including:
- Coenzyme Q10
- L-Carnitine

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