Healthy eating for healthy hair


We’ve heard it before. “You are what you eat”. It’s time to change the narrative. It’s not just about how you look; it’s about how you feel. Instead of the saying solely referring to your waistline, let's consider how the saying can apply to your body from within and how a healthy body can also mean healthy hair. Organics is all about what’s natural. So, let’s forget for a second about appetite suppressants and rigid dieting. Let’s talk about natural and healthy changes we can make to our body.


Eating regularly is one thing, but eating the right things are just as important. Let's start with key ingredients for a healthy body and healthy hair foods. Spinach. You heard me. Sorry ladies, there’s no avoiding it. Spinach is a rich source of iron and has numerous benefits if it is eaten regularly in healthy portions. A lack of iron often leads to anemia. Not only does anemia cause a pale complexion, it also causes hair loss.


So, if you want to keep those locks luscious and thick, make spinach a key part of your diet. Salmon is packed with omega 3. There are loads of natural fatty acids in salmon. Not only does it help with weight loss and reduce the risk of heart disease, it also helps maintain natural hair growth.


Smoked salmon is of course the healthiest. The reason being is that you don’t have to cook it, which means no extra butter or fatty preservatives. However, smoked salmon is not for everyone. With a drizzle of olive oil, you can sear or bake salmon, not taking away from any of the health benefits.


Adding berries to your diet also has both aesthetic and health benefits for your hair. Berries are packed with Vitamin C antioxidant and iron, which helps combat hair damage. It’s a great food which will help strengthen your hair and promote hair growth.


Love your body and hair by eating the right food. All these tasty foods make the tough process more enjoyable. Just remember, trust what’s natural, just like Organics.

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