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Oct

Common Nail Problems and How to Achieve Healthy Nails

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Isn’t funny how we are so used to things like fingernails that we might not stop to think about just what they are or what they are made from? It is usually only when we have a problem with our nails that we stop to think about why or what they are, and how to fix the problem. In this article, we are going to look at the most common nail problems and how to achieve healthy nails:

  • Dry cuticles
  • Brittle nails
  • Split nails
  • Broken nails
Not only are we going to consider what causes them, but also how to fix them. First though, we are going to look at the issue of “what are fingernails” and why we might have strong or weak nails.

Healthy Diet = Healthy Nails

One step in having healthier nails, then, is to be certain you have a diet full of the right amounts of vitamins and minerals. The most important are:

  • Biotin
  • B12
  • Folate
  • Iron
  • Magnesium
  • Protein
  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids
  • Vitamin C
  • Zinc
A healthy diet also helps to strengthen nails, and one nutritional expert pointed towards the following foods as ideal for nail health and strength: Almonds for their vitamin E and zinc, whole grain cereals for their zinc, eggs for protein, fats from foods like oily fish and “olive oil, rapeseed oil, avocados and of course nuts,” and lots of water each day.

Even if you eat right and drink plenty of water, though, you can end up with one or more of those common nail problems. So, let’s take some time to explore what they are, exactly, what causes them, and what to do about them.

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