Feed Your Hair
According to the experts, the healthier you are on the inside displays on the outside. Therefore, your diet plays a major role in healthy hair growth and if you're not eating a variety of essential foods you could be putting your desired hair goals to a halt regardless of renowned products used and promising hair care methods applied. For instance, having a vitamin deficiency or issues with your health can cause dull hair, excessive hair shedding and/or make hair become weak being susceptible to breakage.
Don't neglect your hair needs any longer... start consuming these key nutrients in conjunction with using your Mane Like Me Haircare Products.
-Iron- Keeps hair follicles healthy and scalp oils circulating:
Oysters, lean beef, chicken, eggs, oatmeal, grain bread, shell fish, almonds, raisins, pumpkins, onion, apricots, beets, green peas, sprouts, bananas, bok choy,
chia seeds, kale, collards, spinach, black beans
Selenium & Zinc- Supports hair growth and replacing damaged hair:
Brazil nuts, eggs, yellowfin tuna, halibut, mussels, oysters, chicken, lamb, liver, salmon, spinach, cashews, squash seeds, sunflower seeds, dried watermelon seeds, whole wheat bread/cereals
-Vitamin A- Antioxidant helps cell growth & healthy sebum in scalp:
Carrots, tuna, butternut squash, sweet potatoes, spinach, red bell peppers, cheddar cheese, cantaloupe, pink grapefruit, romaine lettuce, turnip greens
-Vitamin C- Keeps your hair strong and rich in color:
Guava, Brussels sprouts, green bell peppers, papaya, strawberries, oranges, lemons, broccoli, tomatoes, grapefruit
-Protein- Helps the body to produce keratin--which is core to the hair structure:
shellfish, fish, lean red meat, tofu, lentils, green peas, chickpeas, beans
-Potassium- Keeps scalp healthy and helps prevent hair loss:
bananas, apricots, beets, spinach, salmon, peaches, avocado, white mushroom, white beans, yogurt, clams, honeydew melon, soybeans
-Biotin- Helps to strengthen hair and prevent from breakage:
Sweet potatoes, bananas, chicken breast, salmon, cucumbers, carrots, broccoli, spinach, eggs, cabbage, walnuts, carrots, swiss chard, halibut, berries/raspberries, avocados,oats, milk
-Create daily snacks and/or meals with these essential food items.
-Don't consume foods that might give you an allergic reaction.
- Always consult with a dietitian or physician before making changes in your diet.