HAIR CARE

Unleash your hair health with smart nutrition.

MAKE SURE YOU ARE PROPERLY NOURISHED ON THE INSIDE


HEALTHY HAIR

Make and keep your hair healthy for longer period of times.

Having a proper nutrition and diet is important to maintain healthy and beautiful hair. The nutrients we eat are carried by the blood to the scalp skin, the part of our body where our hair roots can be found under the hair follicle.


BEAUTIFUL HAIR

Get the feeling of health and be beautiful at the same time.

Specific ingredients and recipes can help you better take care of how your hair looks and help it stay healthier for longer periods of time.


BRINGING BACK THE NATURAL BEAUTY OF YOUR BODY

SHINY HAIR

Help your hair shine all the time and everywhere you go.

Just like skin, the condition of your hair is an outward sign of inside health. The cells that make up each strand of hair require a regular supply of key nutrients.


NUTRITION AS ANOTHER PATH TO THE PERFECT HAIRCUT

It’s always difficult to find the time we need to properly take care of our hair. Some of us make the extra step to wake up in the morning for an early blow-dry, regularly get treatments and have the time to spend couple of hours a week at the hairdresser. We always look for the latest and newest solutions for the beauty of our hair.

Health, strong and beautiful hair can be achieved by many techniques. We know today that nutrition can play a fundamental role in the health of our hair. What we eat and how we eat can dramatically impact our skin and scalp. The right ingredients and complements can help to maitain a better hair care.

One good idea is to have the best of both worlds. Ensure you take sufficient time to take care of your hair and to get the specific treatments you most need. Then make sure you pay special attention to what you eat and get the help you need in selecting the best formulas for your hair.


HEALTHY HAIR THROUGH FOOD

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TOP 6 NUTRIENTS TO IMPROVE HAIR HEALTH

Eating a well-balanced, nutrient-rich diet is one of the biggest favors you can do for yourself. The health effects of a diet lacking in important nutrients can manifest themselves in a variety of ways. You may not realize how directly your physical appearance is affected by your diet. One of the most visible signs of a poor diet is dull, lifeless, or even thinning hair.

A diet missing in key nutrients can lead to any of the following consequences for your hair:

●   Hair loss
●   Graying hair
●   Dry, itchy scalp
●   Dandruff
●   Slow hair growth
●   Thin, brittle hair
●   Frequent breakage
●   Split ends
●   Frizziness
●   Dull, lifeless appearance

Of course, you should always consult your healthcare provider if you experience a sudden change in your hair. But if you have been struggling to improve the quality of your hair, it is important to understand that your diet can have more of a dramatic influence on your hair health than expensive topical products like shampoos, conditioners, and serums. A nutrient-rich diet should always be the first line of defense against common hair ailments.

Given that proper nutrition is essential to not only feeling good, but also looking good as well, here are six nutrients that are essential to your hair health.

1. Protein
Since hair is actually made up of tough proteins called keratin (https://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/picture-of-the-hair#1), it is no wonder that the amount of protein in your diet is important to overall hair health. When you are not consuming enough protein, your body finds it difficult to produce enough keratin to maintain strong, healthy hair. This can lead to thinning, slow growth, breakage, and a brittle texture for your hair.

There are many great food sources of protein that are easy to incorporate into your diet. One easy way to start your day off with a dose of protein is to include eggs in your breakfast. Lean meats, such as turkey or chicken, as well as fish, cheese, and many other dairy products are also great sources of protein. Some of the best vegan sources of protein are nuts, quinoa, and legumes, including tofu.

2. Magnesium
You may not be as familiar with the role of magnesium in hair health. However, magnesium is an extremely crucial nutrients in a healthy diet. It plays a major role in hundreds of biochemical reactions in your body. Low magnesium can have serious health consequences (https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/what-you-should-know-about-magnesium2) for your immune, cardiovascular, muscular, and nervous systems.

Because magnesium supports proper blood flow and circulation, your scalp health may suffer if your diet does not include sufficient amounts of it. This can not only lead to a dry and itchy scalp, but it can also interfere with your body’s ability to deliver key nutrients to your hair follicles, leading to a lack-luster appearance and even hair loss.

Magnesium also plays an important role in the production of proteins such as keratin. Healthy protein production prevents brittle hair and nails, and even fights gray hair by maintaining proper levels of melanin!

Foods high in magnesium include many great vegan options like beans, nuts, rice, seeds, dark leafy greens, and even dark chocolate. Almonds can be a particularly rich source of magnesium.

3. Vitamin A
In addition to being important to overall health because of its role in cell growth, vitamin A is also responsible for healthy hair growth. If you are struggling with slow-growing hair, you should monitor your diet to make sure you are getting enough of this vitamin.

Vitamin A also aids in the production of sebum. Sebum is an oily, waxy substance that is secreted by skin glands. It keeps your scalp and hair moisturized and healthy. Think of sebum like nature’s conditioner. Lack of sebum can lead to dry hair, an itchy, flakey scalp, and slow hair growth.

It is important to know that too much vitamin A can cause just as many problems as too little, so don’t go overboard. However, it is much more likely that you are deficient in vitamin A than overdosing. Animal products are a good source of vitamin A, including milk, eggs, and yogurt. Fish — cod liver oil in particular — also are high in vitamin A. For plant sources, think orange and green. This includes carrots, kale, spinach, sweet potatoes, and pumpkins.
 
4. Vitamin B
B-complex vitamins have long been recognized as some of the most important nutrients for hair health. You have likely heard about the link between vitamin B7 — otherwise known as biotin — and healthy hair. There have been many studies connecting hair loss to biotin deficiency.

Vitamins from the B-complex that are particularly important to hair health are B6, B7 (biotin), B9 (folate, or folic acid), and B12. They help create new red blood cells, which are the vehicles that deliver oxygen and nutrients to your hair follicles and scalp. A diet lacking in B-complex vitamins can result in frequent shedding, brittle hair, and slow growth.

Some foods rich in B vitamins are dark leafy greens, lentils, whole grains, walnuts, and almonds. You may want to pay special attention to B vitamins if you are vegan or vegetarian, because some vitamins in the B-complex are scarce outside of animal products. Vitamin B12, for example, is plentiful in dairy products, eggs, fish, and meat, but you may want to consider a supplement if animal products are not part of your diet.

5. Vitamin E
When you hear vitamin E, you might be thinking of topical skin treatments. It’s true that this vitamin is a dermatologist favorite. There have been many studies (https://lpi.oregonstate.edu/mic/health-disease/skin-health/vitamin-E) linking topical vitamin E treatments to skin health and beauty. However, vitamin E is also an important component of a healthy diet, and does a lot to support hair health.

Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant, which means that it can prevent oxidative stress. Preliminary studies (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2929555/) have suggested that there may be a link between oxidative stress and hair aging. If graying hair and hair loss are among your concerns, try to make sure you are incorporating enough vitamin E in your diet. Avocados, spinach, nuts, olive oil, and sunflower seeds are some great sources of vitamin E.

6. Omega-3
Omega-3 fatty acids are like a superfood for your hair. They help make up the cell membranes of the skin along the scalp, and are also a component of the important oils that keep hair hydrated. Omega-3 fatty acids can give your hair a major boost in hydration, shine, and texture. If you have been struggling with dull, lifeless hair or a dry scalp, you may want to consider increasing your omega-3 consumption.

In fact, your body is not capable of producing omega-3 fatty acids, so it is crucial to make them a regular part of your diet. Fatty fish like salmon, mackerel, and striped sea bass are hands down the easiest way to up your omega-3 game. If fish are not part of your diet, consider incorporating soybeans, walnuts, canola oil, and flax seeds into your meals a few times a week.
 


FOODS FOR HEALTHY HAIR

SALMON FOR SHINE

Fish like salmon is packed with healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Your body does not produce these healthy fats, so you have to get them from food or supplements. They help protect you from diseases, but your body also needs them to grow hair and keep it shiny and full.


MAINTAINING HEALTHY HAIR

AMAZING BLEND OF NUTRIENTS FROM REAL, WHOLE FOOD

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FINAL THOUGHTS ON NUTRIENTS TO IMPROVE HAIR HEALTH

Don’t hesitate to speak with your doctor if you experience a rapid change in your hair health, or if you suspect something serious may be wrong. However, many common hair problems such as dullness, increased shedding, breakage, and dryness can be traced back to a diet that is lacking in important nutrients. Rather than suddenly changing your entire diet, try to slowly incorporate foods rich in the above nutrients into your meals several times a week. With a little care and forethought, you may find it easier than you think, and the results can be dramatic for your hair health and overall appearance!