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Beauty tips 5 Foods that'll help you get gorgeous nails

Chowing down on foods rich in nutrients that nails love can help get them in their best shape

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Getting great-looking nails starts by eating certain nutrient-rich foods. Getting the right nutrients from certain foods can increase the rate at which your hair and nails grow, along with your strength and overall healthiness.

Since your body sends nutrients to your vital organs first, your nails often are the last to get the good stuff which means if you're malnourished, it’s going to show up on your fingertips.

1. Salmon

 

Salmon is rich in Vitamin D and protein that helps your nails grow. Vitamin D is a powerful nutrient that helps the immune system, along with bone, skin and nail health. Protein found in salmon facilitates the growth of nails by helping to manufacture collagen in the body, which helps skin, hair and nail growth.

2. Eggs

 

Eggs are rich in the B vitamin biotin, which is one of the most potent nutrients for your nails, as well as a powerful nutrient for your skin and hair. Eggs are also rich in protein and Vitamin D, which make them an all-around great food to help your nails grow. If you’re looking to get healthy nails fast, then be sure to include this nutrient-rich food if you enjoy them.

3. Coconut oil

 

Coconut contains rich fats that are overall wonderful for your body and your appearance. Many beauty vitamins such as Vitamin A, D, E and K are all fat soluble, meaning they need healthy fats to be absorbed. By using coconut oil, the body can properly absorb nutrients better to help our skin, hair and nails look their best. Coconut oil is also a great remedy to help your hair grow and clear your skin.

4. Chicken

 

A lack of protein in the diet can result in your hair and nails breaking, so be sure to include quality proteins like chicken, which is rich in amino acids, to your diet.

5. Spinach


Eating spinach is a great idea for your overall health and your nail health, says Engleman. That's because the dark green veggie has vitamin E, iron, B vitamins, folate, and vitamin A, all of which benefit nail strength and growth.

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