We've given you advice for glossy locks, frizzy frenzy and ALL the oils we can think of. But looking after your hair doesn't stop at the products you use, what you eat and the vitamins that you take in can have a H U G E impact on the health of your hair.
P R O T E I N B A S E D
Eggs, meat, dairy products and nuts are all a great source of protein. If your diet is lacking in protein then you'll find that it's restricting your hair growth and it'll also become dry and brittle. Upping the amount of protein you consume will make your hair strong and healthy which will minimise hair breakage and will help your locks to grow long AF.
I R O N
A lack of iron can be a major cause of hair loss, it's surprising how many of us don't consume enough iron. But we can always take supplements to boost vitamins and minerals that we might be missing out on from our diet. Just make sure you're getting good quality ones with a good dose of iron. Foods that are super rich in iron are...
O M E G A T H R E E
Our body can't make the fatty acids that are provided from omega three so it's super important that we give our bodies what they need. Fish are an obvious option to go to in order to boost omega three levels but if you're not a fish fan then you can always go down the route of avocado, pumpkin seeds and walnuts!
B R O W N C A R B S
We're all always told to eat brown bread instead of white but it turns out there's actually method to the madness. Whole grains contains a lot of zinc, a hormone regulating mineral which directly affects the thickness and growth of your mane.
D A R K C H O C O L A T E
Ending on a sweet note with this one, obviously we never need another reason to indulge in chocolate but if there's added health benefits then WE ARE LISTENING. Rich, high cocoa content dark chocolate contains protein, irons and b vitamins which will help your locks be fabulous AF.
Try adding in a few of these foods to your diet and see what works for you. After all, eating dark chocolate every day can't be so bad, right?