A study from New York University reveals that the appearance, texture and color of the tongue could indicate that you have a chronic disease.
In recent research scientists have highlighted that through this organ it is possible to identify the state of the HIV virus in the case of these patients. If you want to know how you are, take a look at yours:
Pink tongue: Sign of good digestion and a balanced diet. Synonymous healthy. Cracked tongue: When these cracks in the tongue appear and disappear it may be due to the intolerance of some food, it is necessary to detect what it is that can cause this intolerance to eliminate it from the diet. Smooth tongue: When the tongue does not have small pink spots it can be a sign of anemia, a lack of iron in the blood or very low levels of hemoglobin. White tongue: intestinal or gastric problems. It turns this color when there is an excessive consumption of sugars or flours. It may also indicate that there is an excess of toxins in the intestines known as toxemia. Red tongue: This is a sign of throat problems or excessive fat intake. When it also has a reddish tone, it is dry and a small ulcer appears, indicating that there is probably an infection.
If you notice any strange symptoms, it is best to consult your usual doctor. Read more
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