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Vitamins for nails

I have really bad nails((I'm ashamed to show hands to somebody. They are yellowish and brittle all the time. I think it's because of lack of vitamins or maybe something else...I need your advices! I want to have beautiful hands. I need to start doing something to save my nails! Because If I don't start now I think I will start to wear gloves soon(

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Vitamins for nails

Fingernail strength -- like hair thickness, skin tone, and shoe size -- is subject to a lot of normal variation. If you're a healthy person with no obvious nutritional deficiencies, research suggests that vitamins are unlikely to help strengthen your nails. This doesn't mean you are without options if you want to strengthen your nails. My nails were always soft although my oncologist commented on my high level of B12. I started taking Vit D, didn't think I was getting out enough, two months later my nails are really strong. I have to cut them, never happened before. Many people abandon and despise the importance of taking care of their nails, which is not a right thing.

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Vitamins for nails

Vitamin D
It is necessary for the processes of formation of the nail plate, and for the absorption of calcium, which is required as a structural component of the nail.
Separately should be said about the minerals, without which the nails will not be able to look good. This and the already mentioned calcium, and other components such as silicon, iodine, magnesium, zinc, fluorine, selenium and iron. Of these, selenium has antioxidant support, silicon, magnesium and iron are part of the fabric of the nail and the zinc, fluorine and iodine to ensure the normal flow of metabolic processes :) All of these components are contained in a special multivitamin preparations.

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Vitamins for nails

For example, a common problem of the nails in the form of their dryness and breakage, occurrence of a Burr is the consequence of lack of vitamins A and E, and trace elements: magnesium, calcium and iodine.
If the nails exfoliate, bent, or they have white spots, your body lacks ascorbic acid and zinc.
If you have problems with nail growth or reflectio when the nail plate is not smooth, you need vitamins for nail growth – b vitamins.
If you change the surface of the nail plate, it becomes unhealthy grayish-yellow color, and shows the longitudinal and transverse strips, it can serve as an indicator of deficiency of nicotinic acid (or Niacin), and selenium.

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Weak nails can be a symptom of an iron deficiency. Look for chelated iron supplements or consume more nuts,apples. pomegranates lean red meat and green, leafy vegetables. These all contain essential vitamins for nails.If you see white spots on your nails, they grow poorly and you suffer from the inflammation of the cuticles, these symptoms signalize it is necessary to add more zinc to your everyday diet. If you don't want to take a zinc supplement, some foods that are high in zinc include dark chocolate, peanuts and turkey. Eat them regularly

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Try to eat more dairy products, they provide calcium and help maintain healthy and strong nails. Eating more products high in calcium as well as lots of protein (lean meat, poultry, fish, and legumes) and iron (green, leafy vegetables like spinach) will help you to keep your nails strong and healthy, they will grow much faster. Lack of vitamin C is known to cause “hang nails”. Citrus fruits (lemons, oranges, grapefruits )are a great source of vitamin C. You can also find vitamin C in green leafy vegetables, sweet pepper or berries such as black currant

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Too fragile nail plate will also demonstrate the need of body protein;
Carefully watch for the presence and size of the white moon at the nail bed. Its large size is a pretty serious symptom. In most cases, it means the lack of such minerals as iron, zinc, folic acid;
Many girls notice on nails vertical or horizontal white stripes. It is a sign of lack of iron in the diet;
If the nail is severely broken or there is no escape from chronic fungus – then reconsider your first aid kit. Often fungal infections of the hands are directly linked to the intake of strong antibiotics. This process will help to stop the b-vitamins and acidophilin.

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Vitamins for nails

Ok, we need to take care about our health and about our appearance and this is why this is necessary to take care about nails. I think that you eat the wrong products and this s why you have problems with nails. So, revise your menu and this may help, also you may find many treatments in the net, like medicine that can help you.

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Vitamins for nails

Nail health and appearance are global concerns. We investigated the use of biotin vitamin E, alpha-tocopherol, vitamin C (ascorbic acid), vitamin A, retinoids, retinol, retinal, silicon, zinc, iron, copper, selenium, and vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) in nail health and disease. The evidence that we adduce in this paper suggests that: 1) proper nail care seems to help maintain nail health; 2) no evidence supports the use of vitamin supplementation with vitamin E, vitamin C (ascorbic acid), vitamin A, retinoids, retinol, retinal, silicon, zinc, iron, copper, selenium, or vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) for improving the nail health of well-nourished patients or improving the appearance of nails affected by pathologic disease; and 3) brittle nail syndrome appears to abate with supplementation with a 2.5-mg dose of biotin daily or a 10-mg dose of silicon daily, a useful form of which is choline-stabilized orthosilicic acid.

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Methylsulfonylmethane [MSM] maintains healthy skin through its anti-inflammatory actions. Ultraviolet [UV] rays from sun, cigarette smoke exposure and pollutants, and the natural process of aging contribute to the generation of free radicals that stimulate the inflammatory process in the skin. MSM has a strong photoprotective action.
Vitamin C is required for the synthesis of collagen, promotes wound healing; supports immune function and gum health; and has antioxidant properties.
Lipoic Acid with its antioxidant action has been used successfully in the prevention and treatment of photoageing.
Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine are amino acids that benefit hair health as human hair is composed primarily of amino acids.
Calcium deficiencies negatively affect nail health and lead to nail changes that are often reversible after supplementation.
Niacin plays an important role in preventing skin ageing.

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If the nails exfoliate, bent, or they have white spots, your body lacks ascorbic acid and zinc.If you have problems with nail growth or reflectio when the nail plate is not smooth, you need vitamins for nail growth – b vitamins. :) :) :) :) If you change the surface of the nail plate, it becomes unhealthy grayish-yellow color, and shows the longitudinal and transverse strips, it can serve as an indicator of deficiency of nicotinic acid (or Niacin), and selenium.Also helpful vitamins D and H, the trace elements silicon, iron, fluorine, which have a strengthening effect on the entire body, and improve absorption of other vitamins and minerals.

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