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Most of us are so desperate to grow our hair long and want that healthy shine and fullness. I'm sure you have tried different vitamins and supplements that claim to promote healthy hair and nail growth, along with different hair products that claim that same. First of all, vitamins seem to be the first choice for most of us women. We resort to them when we want our hair to grow faster; healthier eating usually goes unnoticed. By eating the foods that promote hair growth into your diet you will get that long luscious hair you want, along with a much healthier life style.

First and foremost, foods with Omega-3 fatty acids, such as salmon, are important for keeping the scalp healthy. You must keep your scalp healthy and happy in order to get your hair to grow faster and healthier. Now vitamins A and C, which our found in dark green vegetables such as broccoli or spinach, are essential for a variety of bodily processes, hair growth being one of them.  The USDA recommends that you have 3 to 5 servings of vegetables a day. If half your vegetables are dark green and leafy then you are on your way to a balanced diet and gorgeous long hair. Another vitamin that has been popular when it comes to hair health is biotin., which can be found in legumes. Beans are a great source of biotin (which can also be found in eggs), but also they contain protein and zinc, which are great contributors to hair growth. Now, lets not forget that, just as there are good foods there are also some that are detrimental and can actually slow your hair growth. These foods include caffeine, sugar, fat and carbonated drinks.


The body will only absorb the nutrients it needs to optimum performance. There is no sense in eating any of these foods in excess. Your body will simply dispose of the nutrients you don't need. Remember genetics can play a determining factor in the thickness and quantity of your hair. Eating eggs daily won't transform your thin locks into a flowing mane. Always be sure to consult your health-care provide before making major dietary changes in an attempt to promote hair growth. If you lose hair, these foods should not substitute your doctor's advice.



 


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04/27/2011 00:02

At this time, the only thing we can do is to join you and enjoy the moment. This is worth the time.

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05/31/2012 10:10

you might be accurate through all that article

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06/19/2012 06:17

your website is so great that i love it very much. thank you for sharing it with us.Thanks for making the pattern available so quickly. Hm, maybe I can re-prioritize some projects. Who am I fooling? I'm going to go buy more yarn.

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07/16/2012 16:22

THX for info

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sanjo
05/17/2013 11:43

Hi,
I found very interested your advises. I am 32 with weight 60kilo and 5.11hight. My hairs are thin, weak and due to dandruff losing lots of hairs.
Please help...

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10/12/2013 18:54

One that would have the fruit must climb the tree.

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    Mama Bird also known as Alina, is from Southern California. She is a mother of 3, wife
    and a hairstylist of 10 years. After many years of working in salons, different trainings
    and wanting to learn more about ways to save money and find home recipes for hair care she
    has decided to share her knowledge and journey with you! She will share tips on different
    types of hair treatments for your hair, different home recipes you can use to help soften
    hair, keep it shiny and strip the build-up. She will also take any questions her readers
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