Normal urea color differs between transparent to yellow.
The color of the urea is not relevant in the yellow perspective.
Red, blue, purple, brown/orange, black are all urine colors denoting some sort of disease/injury process.
You just drink much if you have transparent urea - good thing!
Your kidneys are working well.
If you suspect you have some problem with your kidneys, monitor the urination amounts during night time vs day time.
If those two amounts equal, then you have some problem in your kidneys.
Leuconychia is completely normal thing.
Like I discussed with you, your Zinc deficiency is caused by other things related in your gastrointestinal system (celiac disease).
To recover from it, requires 100% gluten-free diet and takes time even one year if bad.
Follow balanced training plan (example below) with physical training and specific sport training
- 2-3 training (tennis)
- swimming/stretching once per week
- power training 1-2 per week (decrease this if other heavy sessions)
where the appropriate amounts depends on your exercise level during your life (childhood, ...).
Do power training when you do not have difficult training plan.
Do enough recovery
- always enough pulling and push movements - use those metallic/rubber coils or strings
- put legs to the air next the wall sometimes
- gymnastics of legs (stepping on your feet - little movements)
Do have enough nutrition fiber and vitamin B in your diet
- water melon, orange, porridge (oats)
- gluten-free diet can lead to vitamin B deficiency so take your multivitamin
The recovery of the nervous system takes much time (many months).
Please, pay attention to terms
- overtraining syndrome
- ibuprofen + exercise (if you take this)
- and particularly Womba training periodisation
Do not fast when doing sport
- Ca2+ is the most important buffer
- ketone bodies accumulate in our body if you fast
- our body buffers this by Calcium
- our body takes it from bones
- you break your bones if you do sport and fast at the same time
Feel free to ask private more.