18 Signs You Can See On Your Body Of Potential Disease

  1.  Cracked lips can be a sign of diabetes because blood sugar
    grows candida in thin-skinned areas.
  2.  Creamy white patches on the tongue and gums can be thrush
  3. Loss of hair at the outer part of your eyebrows can mean a
    thyroid problems.
  4. Acne on the chin and upper lip linked to hormone imbalance;
    you might have PCOS.
  5. Unexplained nosebleeds can mean your blood is not clotting
    properly because of lack of vitamin K, protein and prothrombin.
  6. Pale lower eyelids can mean you are lacking iron. Droopy eyelid
    can indicate a muscular and nerve problem or even stroke.
  7. A yellow tinge to the whites of your eyes can be a sign of liver
  8.  A white ring under the iris (colored part of the eye) can be a sign
    of high cholesterol.
  9. Institute of Cancer says men whose index fi ngers are longer than
    their ring finger are less likely to get prostate cancer.
  10. Men whose index fingers are shorter than the ring finger may
    have longer penises.
  11. Bad breath may be an indicator of heart disease, tonsillitis, GI
    disease or cancer.
  12. Skin tags may mean you have diabetes.
  13. Loss of sense of smell may mean that you are predisposed to
    Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.
  14. Small calves may mean you have hidden cardiovascular risk.
  15. A diagonal earlobe crease means you may have hidden
    cardiovascular risk.
  16. Bulging neck, hair falling out and fatigue may mean you have
    low thyroid.
  17. Adult acne is associated with an increased risk of prostate
  18. A 5 o’clock shadow equals more testosterone and lower heart
    disease risk.

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*DISCLAIMER: Dr. Michael Wald is a doctor of chiropractic with a masters degree in nutrition. He is also a Certified Dietitian Nutritionist and a Certified Nutritional Specialist and Sports Nutritionist. Dr. Wald is certified to provide acupuncture in several states, but not New York. Dr. Wald has two board certifications in nutrition. Dr. Michael Wald earned his MD diploma, but did not complete a residency and is thus not licensed to practice medicine. The information on this site is intended for educational purposes only and is not to substitute for sound medical or health advice. Information contained within this website may change at any time without prior notice. The information on this website is under copyright, 2021.