Strong nails through nutrition.
THE MAGICAL ABILITY OF NUTRITION TO HELP YOUR HANDS AND NAILS
Keep your nails strong and resistant throughout the day.
Your hand and nails can offer a lot of clues about your current nutritional status and overall health. Eating the right foods can help you take care of your hands, solidify and strengthen your nails.
Help your hands and nails remain healthy over time.
Milk and dairy products are good sources pof protein, calcium, zinc and vitamin B12 which can help keep your nails strong.
BRINGING BACK THE NATURAL BEAUTY OF YOUR BODY
Bring back the natural and beautiful attributes of your hands.
Altering your diet is the best way to get the strong, mani-ready nails you’ve always wanted. Even better news: the best foods for your nails are all healthy things you likely already have in your kitchen. For example, bone broth, strawberries, almonds, lean beef, and more!
USING FOOD AS A SMART AND CONSTANT MANICURE
Nutrition is a crucial element in having a healthy functioning body. You can tell which nutrients you are lucking by how your nails appear. Most people believe having brittle, weak, dry and white spots on the nails is a normal phenomenon. For you to qualify as a healthy individual, all your body systems should function normally, and your nails will show if you are healthy or not.
Going for a manicure can be a real treat. It is a good time to relax and release the stress of the day. It’s a way to disconnect and to spend quality time taking care of yourself. Different people have different habits when it comes to their nails and some of us attach more importance to their look than others.
What most of us have in common still is the desire of keeping our nails healthy and strong. Nails can be indicators of our general health state. There is nothing more annoying than broken nails or feeling that your hands are fragile and not so healthy.
Nutrition is great as it can help for both the look of your hands and nails as well as their health. Today, we know how specific ingredients and aliments can help your nails be stronger and healthier. This also helps get more beautiful hands as they will be more resistant to all the external aggressions they face everyday.
Eating properly and using the right supplements is an intelligent solution to help you ensure your hands get the right nutrients from within.
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SIGNS TO LOOK FOR IN YOUR NAILS FOR NUTRIENTS DEFICIENCY
There are several ways to tell you to lack certain nutrients in your body by looking at your nails. Here are some of the signs you should look for on your nails.
If your nails have white lines, it means your body doesn’t have enough of zinc and protein nutrients. Zinc assists in the growth and development of body cells including your nails and whenever you see the white lines or spots in your nails it is a clear indication you have a deficiency of zinc and protein.
Iron is vital in the health of your nails because it provides oxygen. When you have an iron deficiency, your nails will start to curve and deform.
Some people experience nail discoloration which may last for some time and then disappear. Nail discoloration is a sign you have vitamin B12 deficiency, and this vitamin is essential as iron depends on it for its absorption. If you have less of vitamin B12, it means you’ll have brittle, weak and discolored nails.
Formation of vertical ridges in nails
When vertical ridges form in your nails, it means you have a magnesium deficiency. Magnesium aids in the synthesis of protein and without it, the protein you consume will not be beneficial to your body.
Stunted nail growth
Collagen is essential in the growth of several body tissues including your nails. In case your nails are brittle and have slow growth rate it means you lack vitamin C which manufactures collagen.
Brittle and red spots on nails
Nails that are brittle, weak and have red spots in them is a sign you have a protein deficiency. Keratin is a type of protein that strengthens the nail, and when you lack this vital protein, it will manifest in the structure of your nails.
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FOODS & SUPPLEMENTS
Specific supplements and ingredients can help your nails and hands stay healthier and more beautiful in an intelligent and sustainable way.
WHERE CAN YOU FIND THE RIGHT NUTRIENTS NECESSARY FOR HEALTHY NAILS
Taking a balanced meal each day will ensure you have all the nutrients your body needs for it to function correctly. In today's world people are busy and don’t have time to prepare meals packed with the right amount of nutrients, and this has led to nutrients deficiency.
According to health experts, there are more than one nutrients you need for healthy nail growth. It doesn’t matter if you are a vegan or not you can get all these nutrients practically in both animals and plants products.
Calcium is the building block for nails, and it depends on vitamin D for its absorption. Whenever you have a deficiency of this vitamin, and you are taking in food rich in calcium, there is a possibility you are not taking in enough vitamin D to aid in its absorption.
Green leafy vegetables, dairy products, fish (especially those eaten with bones such as sardines), soya beans e.t.c. are good sources of Calcium. Calcium deficiency manifests through your nails, hair, teeth, and bone. It is hard not to notice you have a lack of this vital vitamin.
Oxygen is a vital component in body processes including nail growth. Hemoglobin is the supplier of oxygen and if it's production in the body is less it means less supply of oxygen. Iron aids in the generation of hemoglobin and it is vital for it to be in the body as required for the normal functioning of the body.
You can get iron from several plants and animal foods such as meat products, dairy products, spinach, beans e.t.c.
It contains antioxidants that protect the body from free radicals inside the body which alters the normal body processes. Both animals and plants are good sources of vitamin A sources and foods such as citric fruits, and spinach, eggs, cod, liver milk e.t.c are rich sources of this vitamin.
Cell division is a crucial part in the growth of healthy nails. Zinc is the mineral behind the process of cell division, and whenever you have a deficiency, you’ll notice a slowed growth rate and your nails are weak and break easily.
Foods rich in zinc are whole grains, eggs, meat, legumes, dairy products, nuts seeds e.t.c.
Protein is divided into various sub-groups and not all type of protein aids in the healthy growth of nails. Keratin is the only protein that is responsible for strong and healthy nails. Consuming food such as white meat, lean meat, beans, eggs, nuts e.t.c.
A deficiency of vitamin B12 presents with colored nails. It is essential to include this vitamin in your diet if you want to have a healthy body and nails. Iron needs vitamin B12 for its absorption, and if you are consuming iron-rich food without vitamin B12, it becomes unworthy since the iron will not be absorbed in your body correctly.
Collagen is a type of protein responsible for the shape of your nails and whenever there is a deficiency of it your nails start to curve and deform. Vitamin C assists in the manufacture of collagen, and because vitamin C isn’t produced naturally in the body, you can get in bell peppers, citrus fruits, vegetables, and tomatoes.
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