Does having an inflammatory skin condition alter my dietary needs?
Yes. If you have an inflammatory skin disorder, you will likely need more folic acid and protein. Your dermatologist will be able to give you information specific to your condition.
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Healthy-looking nails can be achieved by maintaining a healthy diet that gives you adequate levels of protein, minerals and vitamins.
The health of your hair is affected by your diet, so eating healthy food rich in essential vitamins and minerals such as vitamin A and zinc can help to improve your nail and skin health.
Maintaining a healthy, balanced diet may help reduce hair loss and enhance hair growth. In particular, zinc has been linked with improved hair density.
A healthy, balanced diet can improve your skin, as deficiencies in certain vitamins and minerals can cause skin problems, or exacerbate existing skin conditions. Staying hydrated and getting adequate sleep is also helpful for maintaining …
There are many causes of soft and easily broken nails, including deficiencies in iron, calcium, vitamin A, D and the B vitamins. A simple blood test to determine if you are deficient in any essential vitamins …
Nails grow about two to three millimetres each month and take about six to nine months to be fully replaced.
White bands running across your nails may be a normal appearance; however, they may also be a sign of transverse leukonychia, which can be caused by severe calcium or zinc deficiency.