Vitamin Deficiency and Human Behaviour

Author: Arnav Walia, Rahul Pandey Research & Reviews: A Journal of Immunology-STM Journals Issn: 2349-1280 Date: 2023-05-03 04:10 Volume: 12 Issue: 2 Keyworde: Vitamin deficiency, Thiamine, Folate, Vitamin D deficiency, Neurological Effects, Clinical Deficiency Signs Full Text PDF Submit Manuscript Journals


Vitamins are essential essence’s necessary by the body for the incident of progress, and these are the essential minor element that a structure needs in narrow quantities for the decent functioning of allure absorption. These micronutrients cannot be combined in the animal, either by any means a suggestion of correction inadequate quantities, and then must be got through the diet. A bad diet or a few anomalies can likewise bring about their imperfections that can further bring about observable changes, few neurologic and insane syndromes are well interpreted as accompanying sources of nourishment B12 inadequacy is standard constituent pacts when fact-finding intelligent deterioration and senility.

Keyworde: Vitamin deficiency, Thiamine, Folate, Vitamin D deficiency, Neurological Effects, Clinical Deficiency Signs

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