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How to improve your hair?
Having healthy hair is not just about using expensive hair products, a lot depends on your diet, after all your hair must be fed from the inside too!
Important foods for hair are legumes, dark green vegetables, nuts, grains, low fat dairy products, eggs, fish to ensure healthy hair growth as well as provide your hair with all the vitamins and nutrients needed for healthy growth.
Essential omega-3 fatty acids are needed to support scalp health. Although fish provides the omega 3 oils, Flax Seed oil s a great alternative for vegetarians as well as being a more healthier source , as there is no fear of polluted waters affecting the fish.
Spirulina is also known for its benefits for wispy falling hair that is associated with a protein deficiency. Spirulina is a micro-algae that thrives in hot, sunny climates and in alkaline waters around the world, and produces twenty times as much protein as soybeans.
Crash dieting and low calorie diets can be detrimental to the health of the hair, so be sure you follow a sensible weight loss programme.
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