Nutritional deficiencies (malnutrition) major cause of hair loss?
Can Nutritional deficiencies be the root cause of Hair loss
A larger number of vitamins affect your hair growth and nutritional deficiencies may cause hair loss. Hair loss can be caused by a wide variety of issues. This includes; poor diet, stress, heredity, hormones, prescription medicines, and nutritional deficiencies. Making sure your hair and body are getting the vitamins and minerals they need. Partnered with proper absorption, and healthy products are Key to having beautiful luscious tresses.
Further, keep your hair healthy by maintaining a healthy diet, limit your toxic exposure, using toxic free and mild organic body-care products, take good quality multivitamins, minerals, proteins, fats and healthy carbohydrates.
Make sure your body is not suffering from nutritional deficiencies
If, after following a clean eating and healthy living plan, your hair still lacks that lustre and shine it might be an indication that you need more vitamins. Ensuring that your hair and body are getting enough vitamins and minerals. As well as proper absorption, are key to having beautiful luscious hair.
Maintain a good blood circulation by massaging your scalp regularly to help promote circulation to the hair follicles. Furthermore, ensure to move your body daily at least one hour in fresh air. Walking is a perfect way of exercising to relax the mind and the body.
Nutritional deficiencies are a major cause of hair loss
Wellness physician Dr Axe adds that research shows: “only 45 percent of women go through life with a full head of hair while a majority of men go through some type of hair loss in their lifetime. Poor nutrition, including vitamin deficiencies, is a major factor of hair loss.”
Vitamins are a great ‘top up’ as they can fill any nutrient deficiency that you have. This, in turn, can help promote hair re-growth. He says, “These essential vitamins work to fix the root of the problem, like regulating your hormone levels or fighting oxidative stress that increases with age.”
Keep your hair healthy by maintaining a good diet is key. Besides, limiting your toxic exposure, using toxic-free and organic beauty products, taking good quality multivitamins, minerals, proteins, fats and healthy carbohydrates.
Some of the most important vitamins for healthy hair
Some of the most important hair vitamins include vitamin A, Vitamin B-complex, C, Vitamin D, amino-acids, biotin, beta-carotene, calcium, inositol, iodine, iron, magnesium, niacin, pantothenic acid, iodine, selenium, zinc, proteins, shilajit, maca, bone-broth and healthy fats.
These vitamins are also perfect for improving your thyroid health and lowering inflammation. Besides, they also contribute to general health and well-being.
Ensure your body absorbs your nutrition
The most important part of sourcing your body with vitamins is to eat a wholesome diet. And the best way to add more vitamins to your diet is by eating more organ meats, healthy fats, some seafood and plenty of healthy veggies! Make sure your body can also absorb them. Moreover, if you are having difficulties with it like I do, you can introduce HCL with pepsin and digestive enzymes.
BONE BROTH the key for a healthy body and beautiful hair
Okay, bone broth isn’t really ‘a vitamin’ but it is just as potent, or even more so, and I consider it to be medicine for my body!
Collagen supplements are part of the multi-billion-dollar industry these days. However, the best way to get the purest, most bioavailable form of collagen, chondroitin sulphate, hyaluronic acid and glucosamine into your body is by drinking the homemade bone broth. It can also reduce inflammation, arthritis and joint pain.
Bone broth can boost the health of your bones and teeth as it contains essential minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and potassium.
Finally, it supports your gut, encourages a healthy immune system and promotes healthy joints, skin, hair and nails. It also boosts detoxification, supports a healthy metabolism and digestive health.
Consult your Doctor for an integrative nutrition plan to combat nutritional deficiencies
Finally, remember to always consult a doctor before trying out new vitamin supplements and agree on a safe dosage. It’s important to understand your body. As certain vitamins can have the opposite effect and become very toxic if you take too much of them. Sometimes, less is more.
Consult your Environmental Doctor for an optimal Vitamin, Nutritional and Mineral plan. Furthermore, don’t just start taking wild guesses of doses of all these supplements.
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