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Is your state of hair related to what you eat?

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Does your hair health depend on what you eat? Can your diet and hair be connected? Though it may be tough to believe, experts agree that the cells that support a strong and healthy hair depends on a well balanced diet. A diet enriched with vital nutrients strengthens your hair follicle. Every hair strand originates from the hair follicle. When the follicle is nourished well, your hair glows with health. Some other health related factors that could impact your hair include your sleep and smoking habits, hormonal imbalances and other health issues like under or over active thyroid. So what do you need to eat to ensure healthy looking hair? What is the food group that you should include in your diet on an everyday basis? Let’s explore!

A well balanced diet that is adequate in protein is essential for cell functioning and cell repair activities in the body. Protein is a building block of your hair, for your hair is made of keratin which is basically a protein. Evidently, without the supply or availability of adequate levels of protein, your body will not be able to replace fallen hair that is a natural occurrence everyday. Lack of protein in your diet will make your hair to be dry, lifeless and brittle.D2

  • Seafood

Fish is rich in essential fatty acids (specifically, omega-3 fatty acids) which is key to strong hair.

Salmon is great for your hair because they not only contain omega-3 fatty acids, but abundantly rich in protein and Vitamin D. Salmons are a great source of natural oils that keep your hair well nourished and healthy.

  • Eggs

Eggs make a perfect protein rich breakfast. Eggs are also a wonderful source of minerals such as iron, zinc and sulfur. Iron plays a role in promoting the health of hair follicles because it helps in delivering oxygen to the follicles.

  • Vegetarian and looking out for protein source? Think lentils!

Don’t worry if you are vegan or vegetarian. You still can get your protein from lentils! They also contain nutrients such as iron, zinc etc.,

  • Fresh greens and leafy vegetables

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D2-300x199-1These are a great source of several vitamins that promote the health of hair follicles and keep the scalp healthy.

  • Poultry

Poultry foods are an abundant source of hair building proteins and nutrients.

Hair loss does not have to ruin your self esteem anymore. Schedule your appointment with Dr.Jones to discuss any of your concerns about going in for a hair transplant and to find out if you are a perfect candidate for hair transplantation. Don’t wait any longer – get in touch with us today!

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Dr. Huber completed his training in medical and surgical hair restoration under the direct guidance of Dr. Robert Jones, one of the world’s most influential, experienced, and trusted hair restoration surgeons.

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