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One thing you cannot get around is that what you eat matters and affects everything, from your mood and energy to your skin and hair health. This is Part 2 of our short series looking at the contribution food makes to your hair! If you haven’t read Part 1, please start there.
In this article, we dive into the world of hair-nourishing foods to see how they contribute to healthy hair as well as leave you with three product recommendations! Let’s get into it:
Biotin for Hair Thickness: Biotin, also known as vitamin B7, is famous for its role in promoting thicker hair. Foods like eggs, almonds, and sweet potatoes are excellent sources of biotin.
Zinc for Scalp Health: Zinc is vital for maintaining a healthy scalp, and a zinc deficiency can lead to hair loss. You can find zinc in foods like oysters, beef, pumpkin seeds, and whole grains.
Silica for Hair Elasticity: Silica helps maintain hair elasticity and prevent brittleness. Foods like cucumbers, bell peppers, and oats are rich in silica.
Antioxidants for Hair Protection: Antioxidants, found in foods like blueberries, spinach, and kale, protect your hair follicles from damage caused by free radicals. They also support overall hair health.
Three product recommendations to support your hair’s health
And there you have it! Incorporate these nutrient-rich foods into your diet as well as these products into your hair regimen, and you'll be on your way to healthier, more beautiful hair.
Remember that a balanced diet, coupled with proper hair care, is the secret to achieving and maintaining locks that shine with vitality and strength.