Nutrition and Your Hair
Every food we digest ultimately circulates throughout our entire body; including our hair.
A healthy diet is tantamount to the success of any treatment regimen. Unfortunately, this important consideration is neglected by the majority of hair loss sufferers. Still, eating right and exercising regularly have positive impacts that affect nearly all of our biological processes – many of which directly coincide with healthy hair growth!
If we accept the notion that our body is an interdependent network of related physiological mechanisms, we understand that a deficiency in any single function can eventually damage the entire system. Luckily, the opposite is also true. By being mindful of what we eat, we can create a natural catalyst that improves the efficacy of current treatments and spreads nourishment throughout our entire body – from our heart to our hair.
Eat healthy : When people say that fruits and vegetables can do wonders for your physical appearance, believe it. Avoid meals that are high in fat and salt content – they can damage the kidneys, create acidic blood and cause vitamin deficiencies. These factors weaken hair shafts and follicles, contributing to fallout and breakage. (Tip: Try and replace fast-food hamburgers with homemade sandwiches that use lean deli-meats and whole grain breads. They are just as tasty and twice as healthy.)
Drink plenty of water : Drinking at least 8-10 glasses of water every day is recommended to keep the body functioning at its highest level. Water flushes away harmful waste and keeps skin hydrated. Because the health of our hair follicles is contingent upon the health of our skin, drinking water is crucial for optimal hair growth. (Tip: Try and replace at least one high-calorie sweetened beverage with a bottle of water every day. It’s less expensive and prevents dehydration.)
Vitamins, vitamins, vitamins : The effects of B Vitamins like Biotin (B7) and Niacin (B3) on hair growth are well documented. Consuming foods with healthy concentrations of B Vitamins (such as lean meats, green vegetables and whole grains) improves metabolism, digestion, and blood circulation – all of which have noticeable impacts on hair growth. Also, foods that are rich in Vitamins C and E can increase energy levels and drastically improve the appearance of hair and skin.
By itself, eating well is not going to restore any lost hair. However, a diet rich with vitamins and nutrients will improve the efficacy of current treatments. A diet that supports digestion and circulation can increase the amount of nutrient-rich blood that reaches hair follicles, naturally protecting them from harmful androgens. This is why it is so vital to use hair loss products that complement your body’s natural biological processes – not inhibit them.
TRX2®’s unique Molecular Supplement works with your body to improve hair growth and postpone hair loss. There are no side effects or adverse reactions – only results. At TRX2® we are confident in our ability to bring new and innovative treatments to the customers that need them around the world. Give us a try, and we guarantee (literally) that you won’t regret it!
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