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According to Encyclopedia Britannica, there are no known diseases caused by carbohydrate deficiency. The human body has no dietary requirement for carbohydrates. If fewer than 50 to 100 grams of carbohydrates are consume... More »

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Physical symptoms of having low serotonin levels are chronic fatigue, hot flashes, migraines, sleep issues and gastrointestinal pain, reports Progressive Health. Emotional symptoms include depression, emotional sensitivi... More »

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Physical symptoms of serotonin deficiency include persistent fatigue, sleep disorders, loss of appetite combined with a craving for carbohydrates, headaches and a fluctuating body temperature, according to Progressive He... More »

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The causes of folic acid deficiency include diseases that affect the absorption of folic acid during digestion, excessive alcohol intake, hemolytic anemia and a diet that is low in fruits and vegetables, according to Med... More »

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Carbohydrates are an important source of energy for the body. The body takes in carbohydrates through food and then converts them into glucose, which is used by the cells in the body for energy. More »

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According to Cleveland Clinic, severe calcium deficiency, or hypocalcemia, can lead to a wide range of different symptoms, including neurological, muscular and cardiovascular issues. This is because of the vast importanc... More »

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A severely low-fat diet can result in poor vitamin absorption, depression, an increased risk of cancer, high cholesterol, heart disease and increased weight gain, according to Registered Dietitian Sarah Haan for SparkPeo... More »

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