How to make your Nails Stronger! Full Food Guide!


Who does not want to look good and beautiful? You all want to :)
When you are healthy from the inside you will automatically look beautiful and fresh from the outside. When you eat healthy diet and feel fresh, the products working on you from the outside will result 10 times smarter. Beauty is not just about having a beautiful face or hands; it is also about having stronger nails and hair.
How to make your Nails Stronger! Full Food Guide!
Our nails and hair are made of keratin and paying attention on one can also benefit the other, but why not we pay equal attention to both of them?
For your assistance here's a list of foods you should not ignore for your nails and also for your hair:

EGGS:


Eggs contain Vitamin D and are a very good source of protein. They also have B-complex vitamin which is called Biotin. Biotin plays a vital role in the development of keratin. If you have a deficiency of biotin you may take biotin supplements as per your nutritionist's advice.

FISH:


Fish contains omega-3 fatty acids and is also a source of protein and biotin. Omega-3 fatty acids promote healthy and moisturized skin and reduce inflammation. It also has Vitamin A which is needed to nourish your cuticles. Fish oil promotes healthy hair, nails and skin. You may also include fish oil supplements in your diet.

SPINACH:


Spinach is a good source of iron. Iron deficiency can lead to brittle and dull nails. Spinach being a green vegetable also contains chlorophyll in its leaves which is great for skin, hair and nail growth.

ALMONDS:

Almonds carry magnesium and also are rich in Vitamin B, biotin which develops keratin in our body to strengthen your nails. Magnesium is anti-stress agent, therefore it is good for hair and nails. Vitamin E in almond adds beauty to you.

MILK:

Milk is the major source of calcium. We need to deposit calcium in our body till the age of 25-30 by drinking as much milk as possible because calcium is best for our bones, nails and hair. Vitamin D is necessary to absorb calcium. Consult your nutritionist for vitamin D supplement.

OYSTERS:

Oysters are a key source mineral of providing zinc. Oysters provide 74 grams of zinc per serving. No other food can provide this quantity of zinc in your diet, but if you don't like oysters you can fulfill your requirements by taking poultry, beef and baked beans and lobsters.

CASHEWS:

Cashews hold zinc which is an essential building block for connecting tissues. It also helps in building protein in our nails and fulfills our requirements of zinc. Including a handful of cashews in your diet daily can provide 40% of zinc and 10% of regular serving of iron and protein.

FLAXSEEDS:

You can get rid of brittle nails by including flaxseeds in your diet as they contain fatty acids and they are vital for your nails and hair. You can use flaxseed oil in casseroles to fulfill the requirements or use flaxseeds as salad dressings.


Include these in your diet and enjoy strong nails naturally. Cheers! :)
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Warisha Salman

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1 comment:

  1. Found third article on nails, lets try these and will see what happens.

    Anyways Thanks.

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