Fingernails Can Reveal Clues About Your Health

5 Mar

Did you know that your fingernails can reveal clues about your physical & mental health. Strong, healthy nails reflect a strong, healthy you. You can tell if your nails are healthy simply by noticing their color, naturally pink nails are healthy with kept cuticle and free from peeling or cracking.

Your fingernails can give clues about your lifestyle, if you are eating healthy or not. Fingernails can reflect some nutritional deficiencies, such as low levels of iron, biotin and protein. Healthy nutritional choices support healthy hair, skin and nails. It’s plain and simple you are what you eat, so if you want to look healthy – eat healthy.

Occasionally we all experience some issues with our fingernails, but normally it only lasts for a short period of time and is usually caused by nutritional issues, stress or bad lifestyle. Your nails can provide important clues about what’s going on in the rest of your body. Fingernail problems are not to ignore, they can reveal health problems like asthma, diabetes, heart problems, cancer, psoriasis, malnutrition or respiratory disease. Any changes in the color, texture or shape of your nails may indicate a long list of underlying medical conditions.

HandResearch.com  gives you an opportunity to identify your fingernail problem through an 4-step observation online. If you have nail issues try this tool that will identify your problem for free:

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One Response to “Fingernails Can Reveal Clues About Your Health”

  1. Vini @dndb April 17, 2014 at 8:09 am #

    THat is such a helpful article!! I never new you could tell from the nails!!
    Mie are super dry!!!

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