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Since I went gluten-free, my acne cleared up on my back. I am wondering if the cracks in my nails may be next. Has anyone noticed changes in their nail health?

my nails are finally growing again and they are pretty strong, before goign gluten free they were brittle and would break down low. Now I actually have to file and clip them, first time in years.

paula


gluten, casein and soy free

on low carb/low sugar diet

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Yes, after I started taking a sublingual methylcobalamin (vitamin B12), my nails slowly got better. They had become very thin for awhile.


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My nails have gotten so much better since going gluten-free! My fingernails are stronger and the ridges I had (horozontal on thumbs and vertical on fingers) are gone. I have to trim them to keep them at the length I like.

My toenails (sorry to be gross :P ) are also so much more healthy.


Patti

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