Healthy hair brings self-confidence, and – regardless of length and colour – it’s something that we all dream of. More than just a mark of beauty, it is also a mirror of your health.
So, if your hair is dull, thinning, falls abundantly or grows too slowly, it’s advisable to listen to what your hair has to say about your health, as this might be a result of poor nutrition.
If you want to improve the condition of your hair, you should rather start by nourishing your body from within, by consuming clean and pure nutrients known to make hair beautiful:
Zinc is important for hair growth and regeneration – if your body doesn’t receive the necessary amount of zinc, this could result in hair loss.
Zinc can be found in foods like cherries, asparagus, legumes, nuts, and seeds.
“On their own, collard greens and pumpkin seeds are both rich in zinc. When eaten together, though, the zincs combine and become more bioavailable, for maximum absorption and use by the body. Try making a pumpkin- seed pâté, then spread it onto collard-green leaves, top with your favourite fillings, and roll up into burritos.” Medical Medium Anthony William’s book ”Life-Changing Foods”
If your diet is generally low in foods containing zinc or your doctor confirmed a zinc deficiency, you should try the Organic Zinc Sulfate from Vimergy, which contains only pure, essential ingredients and is free from any detrimental ingredients.
You get double benefits from consuming berries, onions, sprouts, microgreens, raw honey, and parsley, as they are not only an important source of zinc, but also of vitamin B12.
Other foods containing B12 are sweet potatoes, ginger, lemon balm, and aloe vera.
According to The National Center for Biotechnology Information, vitamin B12 deficiencies have been associated with hair loss. So if you need to increase your B12 intake, be sure to choose a reliable source, like the Organic B12.
Bursting with vitamins and minerals, spirulina is sure to help you grow the strong, shiny hair that you desire.
This nutrient-packed algae will boost your energy, as well as your looks! Wondering how to enjoy its benefits? You can add Spirulina powder to smoothies and soups, or simply take it as capsules when you are on the run. We recommend this delicious smoothie recipe, to help you benefit from spirulina and also do a heavy metal detox at the same time.
Vitamin D plays a role in the creation of new hair follicles, may help hair maintain thickness, and prevent existing hair from falling out prematurely, as mentioned by Medical News Today. Vitamin D3 is simply a more efficient form of this vitamin.
The main food source of Vitamin D is fatty fish, so it’s hard to get the necessary dose of this crucial nutrient if you are a vegetarian, vegan, or even just temporarily fasting. This makes it important to complete your diet with supplements, and the Organic Vegan D3 from Vimergy might be precisely what you need. Have a look at our article about Vitamin D and discover more about this amazing vitamin!
A study of The National Center for Biotechnology Information has shown that supplementation with L-lysine has helped women with hair problems. Present in the hair’s root, this essential amino acid is also responsible for the desirable rich hair volume. Our body doesn’t produce L-lysine – it can only be obtained from our diet. If you try to avoid meat, your diet shouldn’t miss cereal grains and legumes. Furthermore, you can ensure that you’re getting the necessary daily intake also by adding L-lysine supplements to your diet.
Always choose pure and clean products to bring out the whole potential of your unique beauty!
Remember, before taking food supplements, talk to your healthcare provider. Should you be pregnant or nursing, we strongly advise you to not use these products without medical advice.