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Did you think a good hair care
routine is enough for healthy hair?
Well, what you eat can also keep
your luscious locks shiny and strong
naturally.
Having your hair fall out is no fun,
but it can happen for a multitude of
reasons. These reasons can include
genetics, hormone changes, lack of
certain vitamins, or medical
conditions like thyroid disease.
Luckily, there are plenty of natural
remedies to prevent thinning hair
and breakage at the hair roots.
Prioritize a healthy scalp with the
nourishing nutrients it needs and
grow gorgeous tresses with fruits , vegetables &
herbs.

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  • CAUSES OF HAIR LOSS

    There are many causes of hair loss (alopecia), the
    most common ones being hereditary factors,
    hormonal imbalances (e.g., polycystic ovary
    syndrome (PCOS), medical conditions (e.g.,
    Alopecia areata, a disease where the immune
    system attacks the hair follicles), and in extreme
    cases even stress. Treatment for cancer
    (chemotherapy or radiation) also often results in
    hair loss. Hair loss or thinning is most common
    in both men and women.
    Did you know there is even a connection
    between gut health and hair health? According
    to studies, a dysbiosis microbiome—i.e.,
    imbalanced microflora—can impact functions
    that are vital to the regulation of the hair cycle,
    such as supplying nutrients, synthesizing certain
    vitamins, and regulating aspects of the immune
    system and can even contribute to hair loss.
    Keep your gut healthy by avoiding
    processed/junk foods—focusing instead on a
    diet rich in fruits, veggies, and fiber—limiting
    your antibiotic use, and reducing stress. You can
    also take a high-quality, spore-based probiotic
    supplement to further strengthen your
    microbiome and digestive health.
    Once you start losing hair, it may feel like the
    situation is bleak, but the good news is, in many
    cases, you can take steps to help prevent or slow
    hair loss, or even regrow hair by natural means.
    The fruits, herbs and oils listed below are all
    wonderful for supporting healthy hair and scalp.

    It's never too late to improve.
    – Alexis Baxter

  • FOR THE BEST RESULTS, THE
    FOLLOWING FOODS YOU
    CAN EAT AND/OR APPLY
    DIRECTLY TO THE HAIR AND
    SCALP

    1. Rosemary
    One of the most potent natural herbs for
    hair growth and thickness is rosemary. As
    an extract or oil, it can help new growth by
    improving blood circulation or blood flow
    toward the hair follicles and the scalp.
    It can also enhance the quality of hair care
    by leaving the strands shiny. Moreover,
    rosemary can reduce scalp irritation such
    as dandruff because it is rich in
    antioxidants.

    2. Bhringraj Powder
    Eclipta alba or bhringraj powder is a
    common fixture in Indian medicine,
    especially Ayurveda hair care. One of its
    primary benefits is in helping regrow hair
    for people with androgenetic alopecia or
    male pattern baldness.
    As one of the Ayurvedic herbs for hair
    growth, it can reduce the time between
    the phases of hair regrowth.
    Herbs

    3. Aloe Vera

    It has both folic acid and B-
    complex vitamins that decrease

    the risks of balding (alopecia
    areata).
    Like rosemary, aloe vera can boost
    blood circulation, allowing the
    scalp to receive the nutrition it
    needs.

    4. Stinging Nettle
    If you have damaged hair or want
    to encourage hair regrowth, then
    consider using stinging nettle.
    The prickly weed has antioxidant
    properties to help remove free
    radicals. In turn, it creates a
    thriving environment for the hair.
    It is also one of the best herbs for
    hair growth due to its vitamin A
    and C contents. These make
    stinging nettle a treatment for dry tresses.”

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