Healthy Diet For Nails-Top 7 Foods To Include for Nail Growth

If you want to keep the shine of your nails for a long time, then instead of manicuring, include such things in your diet which will increase the shine of your nails. Today in this article we will tell you about some such healthy foods, which will increase the shine of your nails. Along with this, the length and strength of nails can increase.

Many women want to enhance the beauty of their nails. To increase the shine and length of the nails, women also adopt various measures. Many women go to the parlor and get expensive manicures done, which increases the shine of their nails. But after getting a manicure, the shine of the nails remains for a few days. 

  1. Lentils

Include pulses in your diet to maintain the shine and strength of your nails. The protein, zinc, and biotin elements present in pulses promote the length of your nails. Along with this, the shine of the nail increases from the inside. Along with this, your nails also become strong. Not only this, along with the nails, the whole body is also benefited from consuming lentils.

  1. Egg

Eggs are considered a very good source of protein. The white part of the egg is rich in protein. Nails remain healthy due to the supply of protein in the body. So if you want your nails to grow well, then eat egg white. It also has many other benefits for the body.

  1. Vitamin C

To maintain the strength of nails, include things rich in vitamin C in your diet. Vitamin C makes your nails strong. Along with this, the growth of nails is also good. Things like strawberries, lemon, amla, leafy green veggies and tomatoes are rich in vitamin C. All these things are very beneficial in terms of health as well as improving the growth of nails.

  1. Yogurt

Yogurt is rich in calcium. Along with this, it is also used to remove many problems related to the skin. The lactic acid present in the curd enhances the shine of the nails. Also, it removes the dead skin around the nails. Due to this, the shine of the nail can increase. In such a situation, we can say that curd is a very good source for the good growth of nails and to increase the sign.

  1. Vitamin A

If you want to make your nails longer, then include things rich in vitamin A in your diet. Vitamin A helps you keep the bones and teeth of the body strong. It is also considered very good for the growth of nails. Vitamin A is abundant in things like grapes, carrots, spinach, apples, milk and fish. By including these foods in your diet, you can improve the growth of your nails.

  1. Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds are rich in zinc, which removes the yellowing of nails. It also reduces the chances of cracking your nails. In such a situation, to keep nails healthy, definitely include pumpkin seeds in your diet. This will not only lead to good nail growth but will also have many other benefits for your health.

  1. Vitamin H

To keep nails healthy, include fruits like bananas and avocados in your diet. It contains vitamin H, which is considered very good for skin and hair cells. Vitamin H is also found in abundance in things like carrots, tomatoes, and almonds.

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Dr. Rati Parwani

Dr Rati Parwani is a Practising Professional BHMS Doctor having experience of 8 years in the medical field. Her approach towards each and every patient is the utmost professional with high standards of practice. She has nurtured her writing skills and proves it as an asset to her professionalism. She has experience in content writing and likes her writing ethical and scientific-based.

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