PELLAGRA is severe malnutrition that is most common among people who mainly eat corn. However, low-grade pellagra is common with all people who have not developed enzyme-mutations for eating cooked or processed greens.
Early symptoms: anxiety, depression, loss of appetite and weight, reddened and swollen tongue, and weakness.
Progressed symptoms: skin changes, severe nerve dysfunction, and diarrhea.
Pellagra can most often be alleviated if the sufferer avoids eating or drinking cooked green foods. See If I Lack Enzyme-Mutations, What Foods Should I Avoid?, page 174.
Eating fresh raw greens or the juice of raw greens, if desired, helps flush the accumulated resins that are a major factor in this disease.
Eating a raw diet restores health.