Thursday, April 5, 2018

Hair Growth and Nutrition. 8 Healthy Tips to Get Your Hair Growing!


Hair Growth and Nutrition. 8 Healthy Tips to Get Your Hair Growing!

HEALTH & NUTRITION
Healthy hair starts from within. To ensure that your hair grows healthy and strong, you definitely need to feed your body healthy vitamins and nutrients.  Here are some nutritional tips that will encourage healthy hair growth.

1.      Hair Vitamin Supplementation. It is always better to receive your vitamins and nutrients from healthy food sources. With the typical diet, many desirable nutrients may still be missing. If you feel as though your diet may be lacking in some nutrients, I suggest that you supplement your diet with a high quality hair vitamin that supports healthy hair growth. By doing this, you will be able to provide your body with all of the nutrients that it needs for healthy hair and general health.
Product recommendation- Hydratherma Naturals Hair Growth Plus Vitamin with Biotin, MSM, Silica, Keratin, Hyalauronic acid, collagen and many other herbs extracts and vitamins to support healthy hair, skin and nails.


2.      Give MSM a try. While taking supplements, be sure that your hair growth supplement contains MSM. MSM is an organosulfur compound that occurs naturally in plants.  MSM is believed to extend the growth phase of the hair growth cycle. This can possibly speed up your hair growth process. If you are allergic to sulfur be sure to consult your health care professional before taking MSM or any supplement containing it.

3.      Water Water Water! As I mentioned in a previous tip, water is the ultimate form of moisture in our bodies so it is extremely important that we drink plenty of it. At least 8 glasses a day will properly keep you hydrated. Fruit juices and sodas are not the best options to hydrate the body because they are loaded with sugar which can cause inflammation. Inflammation can actually impede healthy hair growth.  If you are not a water drinker, try infusing it with fruit. Adding lemons, strawberries and even cucumbers to your water will add vitamins and enhance the flavor as well.

4.      Eat a protein rich diet. Hair consists of keratin which is a protein made of amino acids. Your body must produce or ingest these amino acids in order to grow healthy hair. Diets that are extremely low in amino acid proteins will result in hair that is weak and fragile. High protein sources include eggs, dairy and meat. You can also get your protein from non-animal sources. See next tip.

5.      Vegetarianism and protein intake. If you love eating plant based, you can still ingest healthy levels of protein. You can incorporate protein shakes or protein bars into your diet to boost your protein levels.  Healthy proteins are also available in many veggies including broccoli as well as legumes and brown rice. With a little research and meal planning, ingesting adequate amounts of plant based protein is not necessarily a difficult job.

6.      A lack of protein can be problematic when it comes to healthy hair growth. If you are not getting enough protein in your diet, hair growth will be stunted because your body will naturally ration the protein and use it for other (more important) life sustaining metabolic activities. Your body will try to hold on to the protein and the hair will be the last recipient of the distributed protein.  Hair loss may begin to occur within two to three months after your protein intake has dropped significantly. 

7.      Vitamins B7, C and E Rock! Eat a diet high in vitamin B7 (encourages growth and helps to reduce hair loss), Vitamin C (helps to grow and strengthen hair) & Vitamin E (encourages sebum production for a healthy scalp). Stock up on your fruits, veggies, nuts and healthy meats (or other high protein sources) to get these vitamins naturally.  If you decide to use supplements, just be sure that you are not taking more than the recommended daily allowance.

8.      Vitamin A is great for your hair but too much vitamin A may be problematic. When taking supplements, remember that more doesn’t always mean better. This is especially true for the fat soluble vitamins A,D,E and K. Fat soluble vitamins are stored in the body for longer periods of time and can pose a greater risk for toxicity when consumed in excess. Taking too much Vitamin A may contribute to hair loss according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Vitamin A is fat soluble and your body will store any excess that you take in. This can result in toxicity resulting in hair loss. Make sure that you are not taking more than the recommended daily allowance.  The Daily Value for vitamin A is 5,000 International Units (IU) per day for adults.

Thanks for reading and I’ll catch ya at the next blog posts!
Best!
Saleemah Cartwright
Hydratherma Naturals – CEO
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