I Have An Issue With My Natural Hair
You desperately want hair that is shiny, strong, easy to style and you want to retain length.
And you don’t want hair that is dull, dry, weak and has split ends.
You have expensive shampoos, conditioners, gels, and moisturizers.
You’ve watched vlogs, read blogs, discussed your hair issues with friends and joined hair groups.
But still your hair doesn’t have optimum health………what else could be wrong??
You think to yourself, I’m doing everything that I’m supposed to do and still, my hair is dry, weak and I’m experiencing heavy shedding L
Well, what else is there?
Question – What do you normally have for lunch?
Answer – “Hmm a cheeseburger and fries”
Question – What do you typically have for dinner?
Question – If you were going to grab a snack what would it be?
Answer –“Chips or cookies”
Awww comfort food, but could your usual diet be the reason your hair is not as luscious as you would like………simple answer YES!!!
Our diet is inextricably linked to the look, strength, thickness and the health of our hair. Whilst the grab and go fast foods, taste good they may not be the best thing for our hips or our hair.
So your dry, brittle, breaking, lackluster hair is down to your diet? Probably!!!
The Solution – My Diet
So eating a healthy, nutrient, protein and mineral rich diet will support your goal of having healthy hair. Great!! Let’s take a look at the table below and see how you can solve your hair problems:
(1) The first step is to know what hair issue you have, what is your hair deficiency?
(2) Secondly, there is a corresponding nutrient that is needed to revive your hair
(3) Thirdly we have an explanation of how the nutrient contributes to hair health (4) Finally, we have the types of food that are rich in the required nutrient
The goal is to incorporate nutrient-rich foods into your diet. The meat, fish, vegetables, legumes, beans and, nuts should be consumed consistently to reverse any deficiency in your diet, this will ultimately lead to restoring and or attaining healthy hair follicles and a gorgeous head of hair.
Contribution To Hair Health
Nutrient Rich Food
|Weak Hair &Breakage||Protein||Hair is made up of protein and is needed for strength||Chicken, Steak, Salmon, Eggs|
|Hair Loss||Iron||For healthy blood supply to prevent hair loss||Oysters, Clams, Liver, Darky Leafy Greens|
|Hair Growth||Vitamin C||Supports the absorption of iron into the bloodstream||Yellow Peppers, Oranges, Kale|
|Dull Hair & Hair loss||Omega 3||Fatty acids overall health, cell growth, makes hair silky and adds sheen||Salmon, Walnuts, Chia Seeds|
|Dry Hair & Scalp||Vitamin A||Healthy production of sebum||Carrots, Sweet Potatoes, Pumpkin|
|Dry Hair & Breakage||Vitamin E||To protect hair from damage||Almonds, Spinach, Avocado|
|Weak Hair||Vitamin B/Biotin||To strengthen hair||Peanuts, Eggs, Almonds|
|Excessive Shedding||Zinc, Selenium||To prevent hair loss and dry scalp||Shrimp, Kidney Beans, Beef|
Food For Thought
The table is designed to be a healthy hair/food guide and does not consist of an exhaustive list of foods. Just one caveat don’t expect to have a nutrient-rich food for lunch and expect to see a transformation by dinner.
Integrate these foods into your diet daily and you’ll be on your way to luscious hair envying locks. Be consistent in incorporating a healthy diet, into your lifestyle, you should not eat any one food item at the expense of others.
And don’t forget your required daily intake of water a balanced diet will ensure all around body, skin and hair health.
As you consume the nutrients over time and maintain a consistent hair regimen you’ll see a significant change in the look and feel of your natural hair.
Our Nourishing Hair Products have been designed to support your natural hair health. They moisturize, add sheen and softness to dry natural hair.
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