Violent behavior associated with vitamin deficiency?
The journal Wise Traditions has published the results of the latest research that has shown that a deficiency of certain vitamins and minerals can lead to mental instability and violent behavior.
According to research, it is a lack of vitamins A, D, K, B1, B3, B6, B12 and folate, as well as the minerals iodine, potassium, iron, magnesium, zinc, chromium and manganese.
The authors indicate that continued consumption of processed food leads to malnutrition, and thus the brain is not supplied with extra energy.
Numerous diseases are associated with a lack of vitamins and minerals such as pellagra (deficiency B3) and scurvy (vitamin C), writes the portal Vitamins.
In addition, zinc deficiency is usually accompanied by aggression, hostile moods and anger.
Studies also warn of the exotoxins found in almost all foods, and, by ingesting processed foods, they accumulate in the body and affect chemical changes in the heart, thus affecting mood.
The authors also warn of the influence of certain food ingredients such as sugar, artificial sweeteners, dyes, caffeine, alcohol, soy products and toxic elements such as mercury, arsenic, pesticides …
Scientists have noted that it is important for children to take the appropriate amount of cholesterol for food, because fats are an important source of energy for the brain, and their lack can cause aggression, depression and suicidal tendencies.