10 best keto foods for hair, skin, and nail health
Eat these 10 keto foods for shiny thick hair, glowing smooth skin, and long healthy nails.
I’m the type of girl who enjoys doing my hair, taking good care of my skin (I like it glowing), and painting my nails. I consider these things part of my “self-care” regiment.
A self- care regiment consist of things you do to take care of or pamper yourself. Self-care time can range from minutes to days. From the simplest morning stretch to a much needed vacation.
Although, I don’t always have the time to mess around with my hair or nails every day I am still able to actively take care of myself every day.
How do I actively take care of my hair, skin, and nails every day - without taking any extra time?
I eat foods that are filled with amazing nutrients for the body, especially the hair, skin, and nail.
Below I put together a list of 10 keto foods that are perfect for enhancing your natural beauty and taking your self-care game to the next level!
10 keto foods for hair, nails, and skin
1. Red Meat
Loaded with protein, and it also has another nutrient that's important for hair and nail health: iron.
Antioxidants protect from free radicals that can damage hair, skin, and nail cells.
Protein and magnesium helps to maintain healthy hair and nails
4. Leafy Greens
Loaded with vitamins, minerals, and nutrients to make your hair, skin, and nails strong.
Magnesium helps to maintain healthy hair and nails. Enjoy 80% dark chocolate bars.
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Beer has 10 milligrams of silicon per serving. Silicon can increase circulation and reduce the brittleness of hair and nails.
Choose low carb beer options
Zinc is needed for many biological processes, including making proteins like those in your hair and nails
Biotin in eggs plays a role in making keratin. High numbers of keratin are found in people with healthy hair and nails.
Biotin deficiencies show with weak hair and nails.
Biotin and omega-3 fatty acids within salmon are great for skin, nail, and hair health.
10. Coconut oil
Eating coconut oil provides good saturated fats that can help with skin health.
Cosmetic purposes: Rub coconut oil on dry skin for moisture. Spread coconut oil through the hair to help with shine.
There are seasons when life gets so busy that you can't seem to find the time to indulge in any sort of "self-care."
Eating the right foods allows your body to care for you.