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Monday, 11 November 2019

Healthy Food for Healthy Hair

Your appearance is important, both in a personal and professional setting.  It instantly tells people the information that you want them to know about you.  Of course, we should judge everyone individually by his/her merits, but before you get a chance to talk to someone, you see them!

That is one of the reasons that hair loss, or thinning hair, can be so frustrating.  It can be very difficult to disguise, and even more difficult to combat.  And, it can say to people that you are first meeting – “This person is old,” even though hair thinning can happen to anyone at any age.  You can go out and buy a great outfit or a new pair of shoes, but you will still have that same head of hair!

Incorporate Hair Friendly Foods into Your Diet

Let’s talk about some food you can eat that will help with hair thinning.  You may be surprised to learn that “junk” food isn’t on this list!  You guessed it – food that is good for your body internally (heart-healthy food) is usually also good for your hair.  Even if this doesn’t help your hair loss, it will probably make you feel better, which in turn will make you look better, which will help you make a great first impression.

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1.     Salmon – really – is there anything that this isn’t good for?  Not that I know of!  Salmon is rich in protein, vitamin D, and omega 3 fatty acids, and your body needs lots of fatty acids to grow hair.

2.    Eggs – Four key minerals that are found in eggs are zinc, selenium, sulfur, and iron.  Low iron can be a major cause of hair loss, especially in women (women lose a lot of iron in their monthly cycles)

3.    Spinach – Spinach gives you plenty of iron, folate, beta carotene and vitamin C.  If you aren’t a big fan of spinach, look to its cousins including broccoli, kale and chard.

4.   Greek yoghurt – Greek yoghurt is mainstream these days, so you don’t have to go to a speciality grocer to find it, and even the big box grocery stores have their own brands now.  Greek yoghurt is rich in Vitamin B5 and Vitamin D, and current research indicates a potential link between Vitamin D and hair follicle health.

5.   Blueberries – too little Vitamin C in your diet can lead to hair breakage, but lucky for you, blueberries are rich in Vitamin C!  Other fruits you can look to for a little Vitamin C are kiwis’ tomatoes and strawberries.
Incorporating hair-friendly foods into your diet doesn’t have to be boring.  Only Popeye would be happy eating raw spinach at every meal, but if you like chopping, or have a mini food processor, you can chop spinach and mix it in with eggs and cottage cheese to stuff into shells.  Or you can make a yoghurt smoothie with Greek yoghurt and blueberries in a food processor or blender.  Be creative, and hopefully, you will start seeing the results in your outward appearance in no time!  The video below also had some great tips!
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