There are plenty of products on the market that can help strengthen and nourish your hair. While many of them really do work, it’s best to start with a firm foundation.
The good news? You can strengthen and nourish your hair by simply paying close attention to what you’re eating every day! Below I’ve compiled a list of food suggestions and recipes to aid the growth, health, and strength of your hair.
No, this isn’t a restrictive diet where you have to count calories or cleanse for 7 days. It’s simply becoming more AWARE of what you’re putting into your body. Think of the intricacies of the human body. The way it has the ability to heal and repair itself naturally. We’re pretty incredible beings!
So, if your diet doesn’t already include foods that aid in developing and maintaining healthy hair, then take inventory of what you eat, first. Once you have considered this, begin to add from our list below, slowly.
Take the time to feed your hair what it needs to stay healthy and strong. Add new foods in one at a time and give yourself a way to measure the difference. You will be surprised!
*This list does not specifically refer to any scalp or skin conditions and is meant to serve as a general guide to eating well for healthy hair. If you are experiencing any discomfort related to your hair, please refer to a doctor or dermatologist.
• Eggs, Chicken, Nuts & Turkey: Proteins help make the hair strong and healthy!
Vitamins & Minerals!
These recipes are simple and that is the point. Fueling your body with whole, clean ingredients is not that hard! It can be done easily and your hair will thank you for it!
Breakfast - Egg & Sausage Taquitos:
Lunch - Blueberry Chicken Salad
Dinner - Roasted Sweet Potato Black Bean Quinoa Salad
For the dressing:
Written by Brooke Mogy
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