Thinning Hair? Food First! Treat With What You Eat

thinning hairThinning hair is the first sign of having a full head there, to where? There is no denying that both men and women love their locks, so it’s best to keep your crown as thick and full as possible. But before giving it the royal treatment, let me DISH out the number one trick to thicker tresses: Food First. Treat with what you eat. The best and most natural way to take care of thinning hair is to begin from within, begin with your diet. So make sure you get a good daily does of these top three keys to keeping your crowning glory always at it's best. Want to know more about hair care? Click HERE!

PROTEIN

Care for your keratin. In case you didn’t know, keratin is actually the fibrous structural protein that is found in your skin, your nails, and yes, your hair too. Well, just as you can fight fire with fire, or so the saying goes, you can definitely fix protein (I’m referring to keratin) with protein (taken from the foods you eat). You see, protein really does pack a punch with keeping your tresses in tip top condition. Did you know that lack of protein leads to dry, damaged, and thinning hair? Plus, protein is also really great for your scalp too. So here are the best sources of protein:
Sources of Protein
  • Red Meat
  • Poultry
  • Fish
  • Eggs
  • Nuts

BIOTIN

Biotin is a B complex vitamin that is also referred to as Vitamin H (H for Hair? Coincidence? I think not). Actually, Biotin has also been dubbed as the Hair growth vitamin. Great for root to tip, the whole idea that it can help hair growth, speaking of root, is actually deep rooted in science. One of the top signs of biotin deficiency is hair breakage, and even hair loss. In super serious cases, you may even lose your lashes.  That said, a great natural way to treat thinning hair, or even just prevent it altogether is to get enough of this great vitamin. Here are some of the best sources:
Sources of Biotin
  • Liver
  • Carrots
  • Wheat Products
  • Eggs
  • Beans

SILICA

Silica for strength. This mineral has been proven to strengthen your hair as well as your skin and nails too. But much more than just keeping your strands from breaking, silica actually enhances your hair’s all around appearance making it healthy and shiny too. As a plus, you get to hit two, actually three aging birds with one stone (mineral). So aside from treating thinning hair, silica also gives your collagen production a big boost- so this means soft, smooth, wrinkle and sag free skin as well.  Recent studies have even shown that silica can assist in preventing Alzheimer’s as it inhibits the body from absorbing aluminum too. So here are some of the best sources of silica:
Sources of Silica
  • Oats And Cereals
  • Rice
  • Lettuce and Cabbage
  • Onions
  • Avocados
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