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Vitamins for nails

I make sure I include one tablespoon of olive oil in my diet every day. I swear by it , I beleive it helps keep me moisturised from the inside if that makes any sense, also lots of fresh fruit and veg. Another thing I do is take an Omega 3 supplement. It doesnt hurt to try and I always feel better and feel I look more radiant, my nails dont dry and split and I get complimented on my hair often.

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Vitamins for 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.If you have a severe problem with your nails -- beyond wishing they were as strong as your friend's or neighbor's -- see your doctor for advice. Although true nutritional deficiencies are extremely rare these days, it's still possible that a vitamin or mineral deficiency could cause problems with your nails. Many diseases or infections can also cause changes in the nails. Getting the appropriate diagnosis is key to knowing how to treat your problem nails, so it's wise to see your doctor before taking biotin or any other supplement.

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Scatman
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Vitamins for nails

It is important to understand that nails, like hair, are nourished from inside. This means that all substances should be received in the nail plate from the nail root – the part of him that is hidden under the nail platen, and a piece which stands out as a white speck. This part is soft, similar to rough skin, and with the growth of the nail and move it front sections to the edge it becomes harder and harder.Food the nail root gets from the blood. All the vitamins and mineral components enter into the nail through the blood vessels, but not outside.

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Vitamins for nails

B5 or Pantothenic acid is necessary for normal, healthy metabolism. Also the vitamins in this group can offset the negative influence of toxic substances that penetrate into our body. Pantothenic acid (or calcium Pantothenate) need be taken internally or used for external use (as masks, baths, etc.). This substance contains the following products: beef (most beef liver), kidney, sea fish, rye flour, wheat, mushrooms, nuts, yeast.To improve the processing of amino acids and for improving lipid metabolism take pyridoxine or vitamin B6, which contain the following products: bananas, potatoes, bran, lentils, peas, sunflower seeds, grains, and green vegetables

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Vitamins for nails

Known cosmetic properties of vitamin E. It improves the nutrition of the skin and mucous membranes, thus prevents skin dryness, improves the condition of hair and nails, promotes the "rejuvenation" of the body. Because of these properties, vitamin E is used in various cosmetics – creams, lotions, shampoos, (although many scientists believe that in order for vitamins to exert its effect, you must include them in the total metabolism, but at the local level, vitamins are not absorbed). For nails this vitamin is very important B) B) B) B)

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Vitamins for nails

Food is the source of energy, but it also supplies our bodies with various nutrients: trace elements, amino acids, bioflavonoids, polyphenolic compounds, and, of course, vitamins.With a shortage of vitamin E nails become very brittle, often there are burrs. When on your nails strips are formed,Therefore, the best solution may be properly balanced diet. It's not as hard as it may seem, exalt the same kinds of foods rich in many vitamins and minerals.For your nails is very important vitamins A and E for their antioxidant effects. It is fat-soluble vitamins, so it is impossible to strictly limit the consumption of fat.

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Vitamins for nails

Food- the nail root gets from the blood. All the vitamins and mineral components enter into the nail through the blood vessels, but not outside. Although, during prolonged surface treatment of the nail with a special vitamin solutions, you can achieve a certain effect.For beautiful nails need not only the above vitamins to strengthen them, but also minerals. A large amount of zinc is found in bananas. :silly: :silly: :silly: :silly: The lack of zinc in the body can affect the structure and shape of the nail plates B) B) B) B)Vitamins a, C and E are needed to strengthen, to rapid growth - vitamin b and iodine.

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Vitamins for nails

Iron strengthens the structure of nails. Thanks to it the nails do not break and do not stratify. To the lack of it may indicate the presence of longitudinal grooves on the nails. Iron is in meat, liver, egg yolk. Vitamin C prevents the thinning of the nail plate and improves the assimilation of vitamins A and E. most of all its fresh, newly harvested vegetables and fruits, so it's worth to have them as much as possible...Vitamin B2 when heated, keeps its structure. Acid does not destroy it, but the alkaline destroys. :ohmy: :ohmy: :ohmy:

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Vitamins for nails

I know that very usefull for nails Vitamin A. You can found in chicken liver, cod liver oil. If your diet enough protein, it can be converted carotene, which many in carrots, apricots.

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Vitamins for nails

I know that 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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