It is very distressing if your nails feel brittle, breaks easily and is constantly chipping. Changes and discoloration nail may indicate that something is wrong with your nail health or even your bone health. Read on for the food foods that you can incorporate into your diet and help your nails grow long and strong.
We have stressed on the importance of green leafy vegetables in our previous posts. Well, even for your nails, they provide enough iron and bestow you with a healthy and strong nails. Lack of iron cause them to become brittle, spoon-shaped/’curve, and pale rather than pink in color.
Beans like Soybeans and other legumes are a great source of protein and soybean also contain biotin. Lentils are packed with Vitamin B6, Sulphur amino acids and other 9 essential vitamins (Yes, you’ve heard that right) which help increase nail plate thickness and to reduce nails’ tendency to split.
Whole grains, are amazing sources of biotin, silicon, and cysteine; Brown rice, oats, rye and buckwheat are rich in vitamins A and B all of which can work together to build healthy nails.
Oats contain micronutrients like copper and zinc that are important for healthy fingernail and bone maintenance. They also have manganese, silicon, and B-complex vitamins, all of which promote healthy fingernails.
Not only are almonds a good source of protein, they’re loaded with magnesium, which helps maintain nails. Lack of magnesium cause vertical ridges in your
Yes, you’ve heard it right. Hydration is the key to beauty! Dehydration affects our nails, just as it does the rest of our body. So to prevent dry cuticles, drink six to eight glasses of water a day.
Say Bye to brittleness with confidence. Your nails can thank us later!
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