As we continue to grow and find new tools that battle hair loss naturally, we also need to give serious thought about what we put in our bodies to be able to obtain natural hair regrowth. While it is very important to cleanse and feed nutrients to the scalp daily, that alone will not bring back fuller, healthy hair. After years of studies and clinical research we have made many improvements but none more important than dietary changes. Below are a few food tips and recommendations we make to our clients.
One of the most important books on health and internal balance. The Body Ecology Diet discusses the elimination of simple sugars, carbs from the diet. The addition of Pre and Probiotics and healthy fats. This book shows you how to restore and maintain the inner ecology your body needs to function properly and to eliminate or control the symptoms that rob you of the joy of living. Over 180,000 copies of The Body Ecology Diet have been sold...mostly as a result of friends telling friends about it, not advertising. Why? It works! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Juicing is a way of life for many people. The health benefits associated with juicing are immeasurable. Juice leafy green vegetables, such as spinach and parsley regularly. Dark green vegetables provide iron and calcium, as well as Vitamin A and C. These vitamins assist in the production of new cells, which in turn conditions the hair and promotes hair growth. There is a wide range of juicers available on the market. A few brands that we recommend are Breville and Champion
Alfalfa Sprouts - The only plant that supplies a full range of vitamins from A, B, C, E to K. Sprinkle a hand full daily in sandwiches, wraps or salads.
Wheat Germ - Wheat germ is a source of fibers and several essential nutrients including folic acid, vitamin E, thiamin, zinc and niacin. Add a scoop to your juices or protein shakes daily.