Nourishing the body from within does all the trick when it comes to healthier hair. I’m sure that we all agree that our hair is often the first thing we tackle in the mornings, from super strong hairspray to 180 degree heat styling. Shame, I almost feel sorry for hair abuse!

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Which is why proper nutrition, even during a busy lifestyle, is of utmost importance to your hairs natural strength & shine. These foods are rich in protein & will give you the correct care that your hair needs to fight against damage!

1. SALMON

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  • Contains Omega 3 fatty acids, Vitamin B12 & Iron
  • Keeps the scalp & hair hydrated
  • A lack of this important food may give your hair a dry & dull appearance.

2. WALNUTS

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  • Contains a significant amount of Omega 3 fatty acids for hydration
  • Vitamin E – Protects the hair from damage caused by the UV rays from the sun.
  • Copper – A mineral that preserves & richens the natural colour of your hair.

3. SUPER FRUIT

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  • Blueberries, strawberries, cranberries, raspberries & gooseberries.
  • These super fruits are a major source of Vitamin C that circulates to the scalp & feeds hair through blood vessels.
  • Lack of Vitamin C leads to hair breakage.

4. POULTRY

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  • Chicken, beef & steak are high examples of protein.
  • Hair is made completely of protein which make these foods the essential building blocks of your hair.

5. RICH DARK LEAFY VEG

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  • Spinach, broccoli & chard
  • High sources of Vitamin C that keeps the hair follicles healthy & scalp oils circulating.

6. SWEET POTATOES & CARROTS

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  • Rich in antioxidants & Vitamin A that help produce oils & protects the scalp.
  • Every cell cannot function without Vitamin A & the lack there of causes dry, itchy scalp leading to dandruff.

7. EGGS

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  • Contains protein which strengthens & rebuilds the hair.
  • High in iron which aids in the circulation of oxygen to the hair follicles.
  • Lack of iron leads to Anaemia which is a major cause of hair loss.

With our approached Spring season, our hair becomes all the rage. Take care of your tresses by caring from within to kick start a healthier route to hair nourishment!

xxx

Q

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