Top Nutritional Tips To Support Healthy Hair Growth
by Richard Mitchell
protein rich foods should form part of your daily diet. The best sources of dietary
protein are lean meats, fish, poultry, eggs, dairy products, soy, nuts, grains and
seeds. At least 15% of your daily calories should come from protein-rich foods.

2.
Eat adequate amounts of useful carbohydrates.

Carbs are an essential source of energy and help in the growth of body tissues,
including hair. They are an important source of the B vitamins that are vital to healthy
hair.

It is important that you concentrate on consuming non-refined carbs rather than the
sugars and white flour that are so prevalent in many over-refined carb products. You
should place an emphasis on consuming vegetables, fruits, whole grains, brown rice
and potatoes. It is recommended that you obtain 55-60% of your daily calories from
the carbohydrates found in these foods.

3.
Achieve a healthy balance of dietary fats.

Fat is used in energy production and can be found in both animal and plant foods.
Your body needs sufficient levels of fat to maintain good health. That fat should be
obtained from a mixture of lean animal and plant sources. Roughly 25-30% of your
daily calories should come from these sources.

4.
The right nutritional balance is one that suits your personal circumstances.

How much of each food group you eat depends on a host of factors including age,
sex, health and level of physical activity. When choosing meals and snacks, take
account of the following key principles of sound nutrition:


5.
Support a nutritious diet with a few carefully chosen supplements.

Following a nutritious diet is essential for good hair health, but on its own this may not
be sufficient for a number of reasons:


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Richard Mitchell is the creator of the website that
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1. Eat adequate amounts of
protein.

Protein is composed of the
amino acids essential for the
building of new cells, including
hair. Five amino acids are of
particular relevance to hair
growth - cystine, cysteine,
methionine, arginine and lysine.

Inadequate protein intake over a
lengthy period can force hair into
the resting phase with shedding a
few months later. It is obvious
then that sufficient portions of
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