Hair Foods…

Keep Your Hair Healthy

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If your  hair is looking a little lacklustre…
Don’t spend your extra cash on  expensive shampoos an other hair products that claim to bring it back.
Tackle the problem inwardly and consume these foods…

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Sweet Potatoes

Whether roasted, baked or turned into mash,
sweet potato is loaded with beta carotene help promote hair growth

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Eggs

The egg yolk, which is the omega-3 and biotin-rich
part works wonders for our locks.

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Yellow Peppers

Think ‘hair growth’ and antioxidants don’t generally spring to mind, but the oxidising molecules
– aids in strengthening the hair shaft and follicles.
Add plenty of yellow bell peppers to your diet (they have almost five and a half times more vitamin C
than oranges) and you can prevent breakages in the long term.

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Salmon

The oily fish has long been associated with glowing skin and luscious locks.
Laden with vitamin D, protein and omega-3 fatty acids
help to keep your scalp healthy and tresses strong.

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Sunflower Seeds

Sprinkle some vitamin E-rich sunflower seeds onto your salads
or main dishes for a fuss-free way to get enhanced blood flow to
the scalp and, consequently, faster hair growth.

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If, like me, you can’t get enough of an avocado (on toast, baked et al)
then you’ll be pleased to hear they have lock-boosting properties, too.
An essential source of fatty acids (the kind found naturally in skin cells),
they stimulate collagen and elastin production on your scalp.
Tuck into them at lunch time, weekend snack time and dinner time.
For a hair treat make your own mask by mixing a small amount with sour cream,
applying to your hair and scalp, leaving on for ten minutes and washing off,
removing dead skin cells and scalp build-up – gone..

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Almonds

Snacking on these biotin-packed nuts should
result in a faster-growing and thicker mane. Awesome

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