The best way to promote healthy hair
A common question i get asked by clients is, why am i loosing so much hair/ why is it so fine now/how do i get healthier hair? and yes i have the best products to prescribe you to use at home and yes, this makes an incredible impact! but there are also some powerful foods out there that will support your hair growth and health, here are a few & why they work.
Beauty foods are foods contain high concentrations of the minerals sulfur, silicon, zinc, iron and magnesium.These foods will have an alkalizing reaction with your body and promote healthy hair and skin starting from within.
Get your juice on!
Cucumbers are full of silica, a mineral abundant in nearly every single cell of your body. It’s in your joints, nails, muscles and every single strand of hair. By topping up our reserves with this nourishing mineral, we can promote healthy hair and nails. Choose organic as these are often grown with pesticides and coated in waxes.
Kale contains high amounts of Vitamin A, E, K, C, fiber and calcium, among many others. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that helps the body to fight free radicals, which cause premature aging.
Aloe Vera is believed to be a food of long-lasting youth, rapid healing and a powerful inflammatory. The gel of the Aloe Vera can be used topically or added to your daily juice or smoothie.
Heres my fave juice to get you inspired:
1 bunch of celery
you can also add a carrot or some kale/spinach to this - tastes awesome.
Sulfur has a significant impact on your hair and how your skin glows. It has the ability to continuously build and rebuild collagen and keratin which is important for hair, skin and nails whilst also playing an important role in blood sugar regulation, tissue repair and our immune system.
Zinc promotes cell growth and the production of white blood cells. This mineral is essential. A zinc deficiency is directly linked to Acne, hair loss and other skin disorders.
Do you have a fave juice combo you'd like to share?