Are you one of those women who feel the only way to get your a healthy head of hair to head for the salon and invest in the latest high-end hair care treatment or to use expensive products?
Of course these treatments and products may help, but what you put into your body is vitally important to hair health and growth. When trying to grow your hair or improve the condition then it would be good to follow some if not all of these steps:
Nutrition: Nutrition is essential if you want a healthy body and a good head of hair. Eat protein-rich foods, include in lean meats, fish, beans, low fat dairy products and eggs. Also include Brazil nuts, almonds, along with flaxseeds; these are good sources of omega-3 fats, and they can increase your hair’s shine over time – but be patient, it will take time, it could take six months before you see the results but it will be worth it. The benefit of fish is that it contains the essential natural oils and fatty acids that your hair needs. If you can, choose organic meats as they don’t have any added chemicals which aren’t good for hair or your body. Drink plenty of water. It not only flushes out all the toxins in your body but it also carries the nutrients to where they need to go.
Vitamins: It’s important to make sure you’re getting specific B vitamins which are; B2, B5, B6, B9, and B12; each play a huge role, from balancing hormones to combating stress, all which can adversely affect your skin elasticity and glow as well as the health and general appearance of your hair. It is best to try and obtain these vitamins through a healthy diet, but if not always possible invest in a supplement, take a good B-complex vitamin.
Treatment: Most shampoos are harsh so rather look for a shampoo and conditioner that is organic and gentle. There are several on the market.