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3 Foods To Support Hair Growth

Fuelling your beauty from the inside out is the most sustainable way to see lasting results. We all know the saying "you are what you eat" yet we forget how true this statement is. The hair is one of the last places to receive nutrients and the first to suffer when there is an nutrient deficiency or imbalance in the body.

Consistently adding nutrient dense foods into our diets can help give our bodies the energy it requires to produce and sustain strong, shiny, beautiful hair.


Here are our top three favourite nutrient dense foods you can try to level up your hair growth game.


Liver & Organ Meats

Liver is a nutritional powerhouse and is considered one of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet. It’s rich in protein, low in calories and packed with essential vitamins and minerals. Liver is also one of the more affordable meat products and is easily accessible.


Liver is rich in the following minerals & nutrients that are directly linked to hair growth:


  • Protein - Building blocks of hair fibre

  • Vitamin B-12 - Great for red blood cell production and circulation

  • Vitamin A - Prevents hair loss

  • Folate- Healthy cell growth (hair growth too)

  • Iron - Carries oxygen to cells/ prevents hair loss

  • Copper- Prevents premature greying

  • Choline - Prevents hair loss and aids in shiny hair


Oats

Oats are a mineral rich staple. They are extremely high in manganese which helps maintain healthy hair, hair colour, and supports mitochondrial health.


Other benefits of consuming oats:

  • High in Iron- Prevents Hair loss

  • Selenium - Produces glutathione aids in nervous system regulation and prevents hair loss

  • Stimulates dormant hair follicles and promotes growth

  • Lowers blood sugar & prevents blood sugar spikes. Blood sugar spikes can cause stress on the body and lead to hair loss


Bee Pollen

These tiny pollen granules are packed with nutrients that support your beauty and energy. Bee pollen is a complete protein source with 22 amino acids that are essential for the production of new skin cells, and keratin for the support of hair growth.


Other benefits of bee pollen:

  • B vitamins for energy which prevents hair loss and aids in hair growth

  • Remedy for allergies - its anti-histaminic properties can also ease scalp inflammation from irritants

  • Eases digestive issues. Gut imbalances can effect the quality of the hair produced


Are you excited to try these nutrient dense foods to support your hair and scalp health?

Which one are you going to add into your diet?!




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