Table of Nutrition Types
Mental Diseases from their depletion




Nutrition

Deficiency Disease

NutritionSource

Vitamin B1(Thiamin)

Alzheimer, Insomnia, Depression, Multiple Neuritis

Whole Grains, malt, Legumes, Nuts and Seeds

Vitamin B6(pyridoxine)

Neuropathic, Insomnia, OverSensitivity, Over Excitement

Potato, Banana, Whole Grains

Vitamin B5(pyridoxine)

Insomnia, Depression, Neuritis Convulsion

Included in many foods

Biotin

Depression, Loss of Appetite

Included in many foods

chorine

Lacking Acetylcholine – a type of neurotransmitter, thus difficulty in synthesis of lecithin.  Lecithin is vital in building cell walls. 

Lettuce, Peanut, Cauliflower

VitaminB12

(=cobalamin)

Neuropathic, Depression

Whole Wheat, Rye, Legumes, Fruits, Seaweeds, Spinach, Cabbage, Broccoli, Radish, Daikon

Vitamin E

Defect in Central Nerve System

Green Vegetables, Nuts, Seeds, and Legumes

Calcium

Mood Disorder, Stiffing ofMuscle

Green Vegetables

Phosphorus

Lack of energy for nerve cell functions. 

Legumes, Nuts and Seeds, Whole Grains

Magnesium

Over Sensitivity, Convulsion

Whole Grains, Legumes, Nuts, and Seeds

Potassium

Over Sensitivity, Coma, Lethargy, Sopor

Included in many foods

Sodium

Excessive shyness from timidity and social phobia, Muscle Convulsion

Sea Salt

Iodine

Lowering IQ

Seaweeds

Copper

Lowering of overall brain activity

Whole Grains, Nuts, Seeds, and Legumes



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