Revamp and nourish your skin, hair and nails with Cellnutrition

Did you know your skin, hair and nails can reveal a lot about you?


In fact, they share the same nutritional requirements for health and they react to deficiency in similar ways. 


Below, our nutritionist Marie highlights some of the key signs from your skin, hair and nails that suggest you could be under too much stress or that you may be lacking in certain nutrients.


Signs of stress

appearance

 

Breaking out in spots:


When a person becomes stressed, the level of the body’s stress hormone, cortisol, rises. 

This in turn causes an increase in oil production, which can lead to oily skin, acne and other related skin problems.

 

hair

Hair Loss:


There are many reasons why someone may start to lose their hair, but it is thought that one of the primary causes is stress. When someone is under stress, their hair can go into the telogen (fall-out) phase.

 

hands

Unhealthy Nails:


Nails are not immune to showing outward signs of stress. Some people develop the nervous habit of biting their nails or picking at them when they feel stressed. In addition, physical or emotional stress, can cause white horizontal lines to appear across the nails. Brittle, peeling nails also are a common side effect of stress.


Signs of nutrient deficiencies


Calcium


Calcium helps to build and maintain strong bones and teeth, as well as the normal functioning of nerves and muscles. It also helps blood clot normally. Coarse hair, brittle nails and ridges on nails can all be signs of a calcium deficiency.


Calcium can be found in beans, broccoli, greens, tofu and tahini.


Zinc


Zinc contributes to normal brain development and function and helps to maintain normal hair, skin and nails. It also helps with the normal healing of wounds and contributes to normal fertility and reproduction. Coarse, brittle, thinning hair, acne, white spots on nails, eczema and other skin problems may be a sign of a zinc deficiency.


Zinc can be found in bread, dairy, shellfish and meat.


Omega 3


Omega 3 fatty acids play a crucial role in brain function, cardiovascular health and normal growth and development. They are also important for our skin. Dry or itchy, scaly or flaky skin, cracking or peeling of fingertips or skin, small red bumps on the back of upper arms and eczema can all be signs you are not getting enough Omega 3 fatty acids. 


Omega 3 can be found in oily fish, tofu, walnuts and pumpkin seeds.


At Cellnutrition we pride ourselves in supplying a unique range of 100% plant based, natural supplements. 

Cellnutrition Quinton bioavailable mineral supplements each provide 78 minerals and trace elements including calcium, zinc and silicon which have beauty benefits. Cellnutrition Quinton provides each element in the correct proportions. This enables each and every element to be absorbed and work optimally as they all work together in your body, having beneficial effects on cellular health.


Omegabiocell369 provides the highest concentration of Omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids from a unique composition of 4 different plant oils (linseed, borage, blackcurrant and evening primrose). This is the only oil on the market created using a unique patented bio ester technology. The fatty acids therefore have a slower peak of absorption so they stay in your cells for longer, exerting benefits over a longer time. An additional 4 step purification process is used, leaving 100% plant preparations of ultra pure Omega 3, 6 and 9. This is the only oil on the market created using this unique technology. 


Cellnutrition Quinton and Omegabiocell369 can be taken daily to provide your cells with the perfect environment to thrive and enhance cellular function. This includes the cells that make up your hair, skin, and nails, so you shine from the inside out!