A Grocery List For Healthier Hair, Stronger Nails And Better Skin

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Seafood that’s high in iron

Pescetarians don’t need to worry that just because they don’t eat meat, they’ll watch their hair break and fall out at an alarming rate. There is some seafood that is an excellent source of hair-fortifying iron. Six medium oysters contain a little over 6 mg of iron – so you can enjoy an aphrodisiac over date night while knowing you’re strengthening your locks. If you’re a fan of clams, you’ll like knowing that a 3.5-ounce serving of these can offer about 3 mg of iron, which is 17 percent of your daily iron needs. Mussels will give you nearly 6 mg of iron in a 3-ounce serving. Overall, seafood is a good source of iron, so don’t skip fish night in your home.

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