Nutrition for healthy nails

It's all in the food.

Lusting after flawless claws? The key is in your diet.

Dr Libby, an internationally acclaimed nutritional biochemist, says, “A diet rich in iron, zinc, calcium, magnesium, boron, vitamin D and good fats is essential for healthy nails, hair and bones.

Too much processed food, artificial ingredients, alcohol, caffeine, and refined sugar can, over time, decrease your energy and vitality and take away from your shine.”

White flecks in your nails can indicate a zinc deficiency. Pealing, soft or brittle nails can be a sign of poor protein intake, utilisation or absorption due to poor stomach acid production, or a sign of calcium deficiency.

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