Hey, that's funny! It actually made me laugh out loud. (LOL, as they say nowadays.) A nice way to start the day.Lincoln wrote:I have some medical professionals in the family (Physical Therapist, Army Nurse, and an MD). Suprisingly, they are all in agreement on strong nails. Drumming your fingers so that the nails tap on a rigid surface stimulates the nail bed, increasing blood flow and the supply of nutrients to the nails. Caution!:This will drive your spouse crazy!!! I have found just a light tapping produces a tingling sensation in the nail bed, and my nails are stronger and thicker since I started down the path to divorce.
Just about every time I've seen this recommended, it's prefaced with "this doesn't work for me, but others say to try it..." I can't stomach the thought of eating gelatin anyway, so I keep up the cashew habit instead.goinbaroke wrote:Hasn't there always been a connection between fingernails and gelatin? Seems like I've heard this thru the years but don't know how much and how it's administered. Maybe eat a lot of jello??
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