Category: Health FAQ 5

Lack of Pancreatic Enzyme

The pancreas is a gland which produces two types of secretions, one is meant for digestion and the other is for regulating glucose (carbohydrate) level in the blood.

The secretion meant for digestion is called pancreatic …

Benefits of Eating Salmon

Salmon is found both in sea water as well as fresh water, depending on its stage of development. Salmon is an excellent source of easily digestible proteins, vitamin D, omega 3 fatty acids, vitamin A, selenium, …

Pseudomonas is a gram negative bacteria, it is an aerobic organism and preferably grows in moist environment. The bacterium is commonly found in soil, water, plant and animals. Among the species, Pseudomonas aeruginosa is most common found in humans.

Pseudomonas …

Oral Herpes Symptoms

Approximately 10 % individuals infected with herpes, show symptoms like fever and blisters. It takes about 10 days for the symptoms to become apparent, after exposed to the virus.

The typical symptom is the development of fluid …

Lipids are fats which have an important role in human body.  Lipid molecules include fats, waxes, sterols, fat –soluble vitamins, phospholipids etc.

Lipids help in producing energy, maintain mobility in joints and also help proper brain function.

There are several …

Stomach Polyps Diet

The stomach has a mucus membrane lining. A stomach polyp occurs, when cells build up or aggregate in the mucus membrane lining. The commonest types of gastric polyps are: Hyperplastic polyps, Adenomas polyps, Fundic gland polyps and …

Protein C and S Function

Protein C and S deficiency is a congenital anomaly, it is a disorder which is inherited and passed on from one member of the family to other.

In a normal individual, protein C & S

Renal deficiency or renal insufficiency is also called renal failure. It is a condition where your kidney does not work normally, this causes the health to deteriorate. The term renal failure is nowadays being replaced by a term renal insufficiency …

Lack of Selenium

Selenium is a trace mineral required by the body in a very minute quantity, therefore selenium deficiency is very uncommon. People eating normal healthy diet rarely suffer from low selenium levels. However, some people may be …

Mercury, also known as quicksilver is a metal in liquid form at room temperature. It is a poisonous substance.  It has a chemical symbol Hg, and the atomic number is 80. Mercury sulfide is most common form of mercury compound, …

Molybdenum Cofactor Deficiency Diagnosis

Molybdenum cofactor deficiency is a rare condition occurring in humans. Due to deficiency of molybdenum cofactor, the sulfite gets accumulated in the body to a level which is toxic to the health.

  • Usually the condition

Low Lysine Diet, Foods

Lysine is an essential amino acid of the eight amino acids. It is necessary for the growth and repair of the tissues, and maintaining balance of nitrogen in the body.

Lysine is essential because it is …

Low Norepinephrine Causes

Norepinephrine is a type of hormone and a chemical which is produced by the adrenal glands. It acts as an important neurotransmitter. The function of norepinephrine is to make the system able to act and react, to …

Nutritional Deficiencies Diseases in Humans

Nutrient deficiency in humans occur when there is absence of adequate nutrient in the diet. A nutritionally adequate diet, is not only important for the growth and health of an individual, but is often a …

Methionine is an essential amino acid which is not manufactured in the body. It is obtained from food sources and dietary supplements. There are several uses of methionine in our body, it is necessary in synthesis of RNA and DNA, …

Lack of Melatonin in Children

Melatonin is a hormone which is produced in the pineal gland situated in the brain. Melatonin plays an important role in sleep mechanism and regulating sleep patterns. Melatonin also has antioxidant properties.

Melatonin is synthesized …

Boron Deficiency

Boron is an element which plays a crucial role in building bones, by converting Vitamin D into its active form and thereby promotes the absorption of calcium. For long boron was considered as an essential element for plants.…

Lack of Blood Foods

Blood deficiency is a condition which is associated with the inability of the liver to aid in the process of blood formation. This as per Chinese medicine is referred to as ‘qi stagnation’ and can result …

Biotinidase Deficiency Testing

Biotinidase deficiency is a genetic metabolic disorder in which the digestive system is unable to release biotin from the proteins in the diet. This results in the deficiency of Biotin which is also referred to as Vitamin …

Symptoms

The symptoms associated with the deficiency of Anti thrombin 3 generally depend upon the location of the blood clot and the extent of obstruction caused by it. The symptoms include,

  1. Severe leg pain aggravated to increased movement with swelling