Monday, October 16, 2017

Recipes to promote healthy hair & scalp

Vitamins and nutrients play a key role in promoting healthy hair & scalp.

Let's take a closer look at a few key compounds & elements.

Copper aids in the production of melanin which is responsible for hair pigmentation like black or brown which prolongs the hair from turning gray. Copper also promotes the flow of nutrients in the blood to the follicles.  Eat foods like chickpeas, spinach/kale, shiitake mushrooms & broccoli. Give these two recipes a try.

Everyone desires shiny hair. Did you know that comes from a diet rich in Omega-3? Our body doesn't produce this fatty acid compound so we need to seek it foods like salmon, flax-seed oil, spinach & black walnuts. Check out these recipes which also contain copper.

Pantothenic Acid is probably the first nutrient that comes to mind when you think about healthy hair. It is needed by our body to turn food into nutriments the hair follicles need to prevent hair loss.  Be sure to add these following foods to your daily diet to maintain healthy levels of B5; Greek yogurt, avocado, sunflower seeds, Try these recipes below.

These nutrients are required for healthy, shiny hair & scalp while preventing hair loss & prolonging going gray.


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