In Hair, Skin & Nails, Nutrition

1. Make These Lifestyle Changes:

First thing’s first, though, the false nails have to go ladies. Chemicals and glue that hold false nails on do not support nail growth and can strip away the very protection your nails need in order to truly be healthy.

Go for a more rounded shape rather than a square one. Square edges are more likely to catch on things and cause breakage.

To prevent creating weak tips it is important to file toward the center of each finger. Never go back and forth; always move from left to center and right to center.

This goes without saying, but don’t bite your nails. If you have an issue with biting your nails you can try chewing gum instead.

Be gentle with your nails when they are wet. Nails are porous and absorb water, so they need to dry before putting under stress or doing maintenance on them.

2. Optimize Thyroid Function:

Your thyroid is responsible for governing your boys metabolism. When the thyroid is not functioning optimally your body begins to slow down the less important bodily functions first. One of the first things to suffer are your nails, hair, and skin. Without proper thyroid function your nails will grow more slowly and become thin and brittle.

Sub-optimal thyroid function is a common condition, especially among women. Unfortunately, it is often misdiagnosed or completely missed by many physicians. The testing and rages used for diagnosing thyroid function are inadequate. If you suspect you may have an thyroid issue, you can take this free self evaluation.

3. Eat These Foods:

Almonds – Great source of biotin, calcium, and magnesium.

Spinach – Good source of iron and vitamin E.

Pumpkin Seeds – Excellent source of Zinc.

Protein – Try a quality, clean protein powder to make sure you are giving your body the protein it needs to build nails and other tissues of the body. Advanced Green Protein Powder is a great option that delivers 5 sources of plant protein organic greens, fiber, probiotics, enzymes, vitamins, and minerals in a great vanilla taste, sweetened with Stevia.

4. Take These Supplements:

Folate (B9) – Folate is critical for tissue growth & cells development and is required for healthy nails. Folate works closely with vitamin B12 to help make red blood cells and help iron work properly in the body. Folate also works with vitamin B12 and vitamin C to help the body utilize and digest proteins. Take 200 – 400 mcg / daily

Biotin (B7) – Biotin is a naturally occurring B-vitamin that promotes healthy nail growth by producing fatty acids that strengthen nails and prevents breakage. Take 6,000 mcg / Daily

Vitamin B12 – B12 plays a crucial role in keeping red blood cells healthy which are needed to carry nutrients to the the cuticles. Take 100 mcg / Daily

Zinc – Some of the essential processes dependent on Zinc include cell reproduction, production and maintenance of hormone levels, protein synthesis and absorption of vitamins and other minerals. White spots on nails can be an indication of a Zinc deficiency. Take 25 – 50 mg / Daily

Iron – This mineral is important to build healthy red blood cells, which carry oxygen and nutrients to your cuticles and throughout the body. Too much iron can also be dangerous. Testing should be done to detect iron deficiency.

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