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For some reason, the majority of people take their hair for granted. They just let it be and allow life’s circumstances to take care of its health and, eventually, of its looks.

However our hair is a huge denominator in our self-esteem, our interaction with the world, our connection to other people. Thus it plays a huge role in the health of our body and psychology.

Here are some reminders that can make you be aware of this wealth you possess – your hair. If we supply nutrients to it, our hair will reward us with a lustrous look and everlasting youthful shine. Yes, it is possible. We just need to know what to do. Then go and do it.

Just one small tip could change your hair health – eating foods rich in Omega-3 DHA and/or take supplementation. At this point, there are a lot of quality Omega-3 supplements available compared to the beginning of the 21st century. Make sure your supplements identify the quantities of both DHA and EPA in the dosage. The more DHA you get, the better. And the ratio between DHA and EPA should be approximately 1:3. Excessive EPA is not good, as we get it a ton of it from other foods.

Let’s jump to the discussion points this morning to truly absorb what our hair could benefit from when we become aware of its needs.

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  1. Laura, Celebrate Woman Today says

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  2. Laura, Celebrate Woman Today says
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    Hair & Greek Yogurt

    It’s packed with protein, the building block of your locks.

    Greek yogurt also has an ingredient that helps with blood flow to your scalp and hair growth. It’s called vitamin B5 (known as pantothenic acid) and may even help against hair thinning and loss. You may recognize pantothenic acid as an ingredient on your hair and skincare product labels.

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  4. Laura, Celebrate Woman Today says

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    Brittle Hair & Spinach

    Like so many dark green leafy vegetables, spinach is full of amazing nutrients. It has tons of these nutrients:

    Vitamin A
    – Beta carotene (vitamin A)
    Folate (vitamin B group – read up on differences of Folate and Folic Acid!)
    Vitamin C

    We need to understand that all these nutrients work together in synergy to achieve the final effect – a healthy scalp and mane. They keep your hair moisturized so it doesn’t break.

    Add other leafy greens like Kale, Romaine Lettuce, Collards, Parsley, Beet greens, Chicory, Chard.

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  5. Laura, Celebrate Woman Today says


    Hair Breakage & Vitamin C

    Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that has one more tool in its arsenal – to protect our hair from breakage!

    Load up on your guavas (some of the highest source of vitamin C), citruses like grapefruit and oranges in-season, and veggies as well: Kale, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Red Bell Peppers.

    One of the things I do personally is eat raw bell peppers like apples. Bite and chew and celebrate the many benefits of veggies!

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  6. Laura, Celebrate Woman Today says


    Hair Loss & Iron

    Not getting enough IRON can lead to hair loss. Unfortunate circumstance that can be prevented by eating a balanced diet. You don’t need to load up on a ton of food! Just have a half cup of this and that during the day. Include a variety of foods in your daily diet. By doing so, you will ensure a lot of nutrients are getting into your body to their work of grace on you. Just like Mother Nature created it.

    Iron is many foods:

    – Lentils
    – Soybeans
    – Leafy greens: Spinach is here!
    – Beef
    – Shellfish
    – Chocolate
    – Tofu
    – Sunflower seeds
    – Nuts

    Just having a few nuts every day could add to a balance of iron your body need to function and thrive. Hair included.

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  7. All apart of my diet. YAY

  8. Laura, Celebrate Woman Today says


    Hair Thickness & Lean Poultry

    When you don’t get enough protein, hair growth “rests.” Since it stops and older hairs fall out, you can have hair loss. To get protein from meat, pick lean options like chicken or turkey, which have less saturated fat than sources like beef and pork.

    I guess, Thanksgiving is a great season for thicker hair when we “load up” on turkey!

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  9. Laura, Celebrate Woman Today says


    Healthy Hair & Circulation

    Sprinkle this spice on your oatmeal, toast, and in your coffee. It helps with blood flow, also called circulation. That’s what brings oxygen and nutrients to your hair follicles.

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    Hair Strength & Biotin

    We cannot underestimate the power of EGGS! We’ve covered eggs topic in one of our AM Coffees. Please go and read it and find a ton of information that you probably have never heard – all about EGGS!

    Your protein and iron bases are covered when you eat eggs.

    They’re rich in a B vitamin called biotin that helps hair grow. Not having enough of this vitamin can lead to hair loss. Biotin also helps strengthen brittle fingernails.

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  11. Laura, Celebrate Woman Today says


    Hair Fullness & Zinc

    Without enough ZINC in our diet, our hair can experience loss, even in eyelashes!

    Cells that build hair rely on ZINC, and without it, they’ll be lacking the building blocks to add more new hairs to your mane.

    ZINC is ample in many foods, but you need to choose them regularly to get your necessary supplies of this valuable trace mineral.

    Both animal and plant sources for zinc are available – so awesome!

    Beef, lamb, chicken, spinach, kefir (fermented food!), garbanzo beans, cashewes, pumpkin seeds, spinach (we truly cannot live without it, as it is so loaded in many vitamins and minerals!)

    Plus, ZINC is a critical trace mineral for our Eyesight!

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  12. Laura, Celebrate Woman Today says
  13. enjoyed todays topic–everything always includes soy products but I have been told not to eat them–especially the body builders will tell you this–it is so confusing! I am a grandmother and don’t get involved in the hectic back to school thing–but I had 4 children and I remember it well! Hats off to all you moms out there–don’t forget your me time–you are important!

    • Laura, Celebrate Woman Today says

      Soy products are tricky in a way that they have a lot of estrogen!
      I eat tofu every now and then, but I do not consume soy beans directly or other soy products.
      However, fermented soy structure has a different lineup of nutrients. The nutrient profile changes with Fermentation!
      Soy needs to be consumed sparingly and selectively, in my point of view.

  14. Oh yeah–have a great day!

  15. PAMELA EDENS says

    Another great read with my coffee, thank you for all you do!

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