3 Dietary Changes To Boost Hair, Skin, and Nail Health

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Monday, November 27, 2017

Laser Smooth Company_3 Dietary Changes To Boost Hair, Skin, and Nail Health

Keeping your skin vibrant and luminous is important as you age. While diligent moisturizing, constant hydration and fervent sun protection can lay a good foundation for healthy skin, hair, and nails, supporting these healthy habits with a few of these superfoods can help your skin thrive all through winter.

Eat More Blueberries

These little sapphire gems are packed with antioxidants, which go a long way to help protect your body’s cells against free radical damage. Free radical damage often increases stress hormones and inflammation, affecting the health of hair and skin — balance that damage with a fistful of plump blueberries.

Drink A Beer

Beer has a staggering amount of silicon, something that is typically lacking in the average diet. Silicon is a mineral that has long been associated with skin health, hair growth, and nail growth. Silica is thought to increase circulation to the skin leaving your skin firm, your hair luxurious, and your nails strong.

Go Nuts For Brazil Nuts

Brazil nuts are rich in selenium, an element linked to protection against oxidative stress. Oxidative stress can lead to patchy hair growth, dull skin, and brittle nails. Just six to eight Brazil nuts meet almost 800% of your recommended daily value of selenium, so go nuts!

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