Under the assumption that you have optimum condition with regards to quality hair care and genetics, you can use the following guide …show more content…
3: Nuts aren’t just for squirrels and psychiatrists. Get it? Never mind. Some nuts are thought to benefit the scalp, like brazil nuts, while others are great sources of zinc and other nutrients. According to many experts, for example Columbia University Health Services, proper zinc intake can mitigate excessive hair shedding. Zinc can be obtained through many other foods besides nuts, like meats and cheese as well.
No. 4: What’s your favorite egg dish? I really like a good frittata or quiche, while my six year-old daughter prefers her eggs lightly scrambled (no cheese). Regardless of how you prefer your eggs, they provide a great source of protein for your diet and are always a staple in my meal plan.
No. 5: Vitamin A promotes a healthy scalp, so look for foods packed with this vitamin. How about raw carrots? Sounds good.
No. 6: Yogurt, milk, and even cottage cheese are great options to incorporate into your diet. They provide good sources of calcium, protein, and other nutrients. Wait! Is it too late to remove cottage cheese? I can’t stand the way that stuff looks.
No. 7: Whole grains can add a nice dose of zinc, iron, and B vitamins to your diet. I would recommend adding a few whole grain foods to your diet – like whole grain bread, cereal, and …show more content…
I have said this so much recently that it is beginning to sound like a cliché, but it is more about increasing the good habits with your hair and avoiding the bad things.
The oldest part of the hair are the ends. You must make an effort to maintain the ends to get long hair. So, one of the important things for long hair is the idea of length retention. If you do not deal carefully with your hair, it will tend towards breaking and make it difficult to grow long hair. Generally speaking, every time you handle your hair is gets weaker. Hence why a lot of women are loud supporters of low manipulation styles, protective hairstyles, and more.
Finally, Let’s Talk About Hair Trimming
Your hair should only be trimmed when necessary. Please refrain from trimming your hair monthly or at any precise interval. This is nearly constantly tremendously bad advice. You will not grow when you trim it, it will only get shorter. Considering the average growth rate of about 0.5 inches a month, you are probably going to cut most of it when you trim monthly. However, I do advice you look out for split ends and trim them carefully when necessary. This will eventually minimize the chances of split ends creating issues for your hair growth