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How to have healthy nails

How to have healthy nails


If you have nails that are not bright, it can be deficient in vitamin A and calcium, according to British specialists. Lack of protein, folic acid and vitamin C can cause nail clogging. Also, the white lines on the nails can be caused by protein deficiency.

If you have nails that are not bright, it can be deficient in vitamin A and calcium, according to British specialists. Lack of protein, folic acid and vitamin C can cause nail clogging. Also, the white lines on the nails can be caused by protein deficiency.
Experts also say that insufficient intake of vitamin B12 can lead to bending of the tips of nails and closing them to color. The lack of zinc can cause white spots on the nails, say the same specialists. If you do not get enough hydration, your nails may crack. Another problem may be the redness of the skin around the cuticles, which may be caused by poor metabolism of the essential fatty acids.


To ensure the necessary vitamins, minerals and enzymes, it is recommended that the daily diet does not stick to fresh fruits and vegetables. Doctors say that we must consume a sufficient amount of fluids every day, especially water. If you find such or other problems it is advisable to consult a doctor to find out the exact causes and possibly to receive the recommendation for some dietary supplements.
Read the whole article in: The Thought
December 22, 2006