Rebuild Our immunity System to Stop Hair Loss.
The Do & Don’t do list:
• Stay hydrated. Drink 5 glasses of water upon awake before food [cleanse body system] Why: To have a healthy gut and body system. Relief from stress, weight loss, glowing skin, feeling fresh and energetic throughout the day and good digestion are some of the major benefits of water. Keep our follicles hydrated is especially important in hot days, when we perspire more. Make it a habit to carry a refillable water bottle and take regular sips of pure water, herbal teas, green tea, or fresh-pressed juices throughout the day. Even during cold weather staying hydrated is important—indoor heating dries out our skin and our scalp.
• Drink “Lemon Juice with honey or Apple Cider Vinegar with honey” [cleanse body system] Why: Lemon Juice simple and the benefits are just too good to ignore. Why: Apple Cider Vinegar as something that boost overall health and can use to pave the way to a better us.
• Build our protein and iron with foods that we consume Why: Protein is essential for healthy hair, a deficiency in protein can lead to hair loss and adequate protein provide the amino acids that strengthen hair. Why: Iron plays a significant role in transporting oxygen to various organs, low iron in our diet can lead to anemia which in turn lead to hair loss.
• Up the antioxidants. These powerful free-radical scavengers protect our body’s cells, including the hair follicles, from the effects of oxidative damage. Free-radicals contribute to chronic degenerative conditions including inflammation and arthritis, premature aging and hair loss. Including a colorful spectrum of fresh fruits and vegetables in our diet, along with herbs and spices such as rosemary, oregano, turmeric, and black pepper will supply abundant of protective antioxidants, vitamins A, C, and E and minerals.
• Indulge in healthy fats and oils. Omega-3 are essential to good health—and because our body are unable to manufacture them, they must be obtained from the diet. We can boost omega-3 intake by including cold-water fish (sardines, mackerel, herring, anchovies, wild salmon) in our diet or taking a purified fish oil supplement. Other dietary sources of omega-3 fatty acids include nuts such as walnuts, brazil nuts and macadamias, hemp, flax or chia seeds.
• Diet dos. If we’re a vegetarian may need iron, which is essential for strong, healthy hair. Make sure to eat plenty of leafy greens and citrus fruits-Vitamin C helps in absorbing iron. Load up on biotin found in lentils and nuts (exclude peanuts). Zinc found in dried watermelon seeds, pumpkin, lean cuts of red meat (even dark chocolate) and adequate protein help repair hair. Omega-3 rich foods like walnuts and flaxseeds are necessary for hair growth
• Increase circulation. Exercise and massage are great ways to maintain healthy circulation, important for providing a continuous supply of fresh, revitalizing oxygen- and nutrient-rich blood to the scalp and follicles. Try massaging our scalp for a couple of minutes before showering—it will not only stimulate our scalp, it will also help move impurities out to the surface where they can be washed away. A buildup of wastes from metabolism or chemicals from hair care products can affect scalp pH, sebum production, and cause scalp inflammation and follicle damage that can result in hair loss.
• Avoid eating too many Fast-Food. Why: These foods that are high in sugar, salt or fat can affect the health of our hair. When these foods are consumed in excess, especially when combined, they lead to noticeable physical changes including hair loss.
• Remove “flour made products” from your diet. Why: Refined starches — white bread, white rice, white pasta, and anything made with white flour —Refined carbs do a number on your blood sugar once the body starts to digest them. Therefore, just like sugar, refined starches interfere with glucose control.
• Avoid “Deep-Fried” Food. Why: Overdo on greasy, fried foods can lead to weight gain and cause destruction on our blood sugar. Many fried foods are also laden with unhealthy trans fats because they’ve been deep-fried in hydrogenated oils, which will raise our bad cholesterol and increase risk of heart disease.
• Avoid Commercial Hair Shampoo. Why: Because Sodium Lauryl Sulfate can dry up scalp, create dandruff, cause corrosion of hair follicle that causes hair loss and also lead to inflammation of the scalp.
• Avoid Refined Grains such as Bread and Wheat pasta. Why: Cause insulin spikes that burden the liver.
• Avoid Refined Sugar and excess refined carbohydrates. Too much sugar in our blood ends up creating inflammation in the body, including the hair follicles which contribute to hair loss. Eventually lead to diabetes amongst other concerns, causes compromised circulation—and poor scalp circulation result in hair loss. Some diabetes medications also associated with causing hair loss. Why: Cause insulin spikes that burden the liver.
• Avoid Dairy products contain hormones. Why: Increase androgens in our body and also burden the liver. A diet high in saturated fat can worsen insulin resistance.
• Avoid Food Stuff make with or from Peanut. Why: Any food that is creating congestion in the liver may potentially impede its important functions, including detoxification and fat-burning. Peanuts are one of the most pesticide-contaminated crops.
• Quit Smoking. Why: Cigarette smoke contains thousands of chemicals, many of them toxic, which affect all areas of the body including the hair. This smoke negatively affects your circulation in general which means damaged blood flow to your hair follicles.
• Quit Alcohol. Why: Consume too much alcohol can lead to different health problems like liver and hair loss problem.
• Avoid Instant Noodle as much as possible. Why: The manufacturing process. In order to create a desiccated, long-keeping noodle that cooks in a couple of minutes, it’s deep-fried in oil. Make things worse, the instant soup mix has more fat in it, not to mention a lot of sodium, monosodium glutamate (MSG), preservatives and other mystery ingredients.
• Avoid High Fat Diet. Why: Because it can contribute to hair loss. Fatty or marbled cuts of meat also carry a substantial amount of saturated fat, which initiates inflammation in the body and leads to various side effects.
• Avoid Process Foods. Why: Many processed foods, add a great deal of salt in order to enhance flavors. The commonly used form of salt is processed table salt. When we eat too much salt, our kidneys respond by retaining water in order to dilute this electrolyte in our bloodstream to maintain proper heart function. This places a load on the kidneys. Long-term intake of too much salt can damage the kidneys along with the heart and artery. Salt intake also raise blood pressure, which can cause damage to the kidney which filter wastes.
• Reduce Salt intake. Why: Excessive consumption of salty foods is discouraged, as it will harm the kidney and its linked body layer. Too much salt damages the blood [and therefore the hair]
• Reduce Caffeine intake. Why: Because it decreases the vitamins and zinc that keeps the hair healthy.
• Say No To Junk Food. The first step towards health is to switch to an exercise regime and healthy diet. Contain protein rich foods like barley, maize or brown rice in our current palette. Also, we need to drink plenty of water because this will not only keep our skin smooth and healthy but also make the hair roots stronger. Another important advice is that we should not indulge in starving ourselves or in crash to decrease weight because it just make our hair’s health worse.
Walking Exercise: WALKING: SIMPLEST – CHEAPEST – EASIEST
Build it in our “Daily Routine” – 30 minutes every day.
• Effective & Safe • Reduce Stress • Reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety • Helps quit smoking • Strengthens the muscles • Reduces cholesterol • Improves blood circulation • Helps with weight management • Easiest ways to get more active • Low impact exercise • Lower blood pressure • Reduce the risk of some cancers • Improves mood • Helps reduce risk and aid with type 2 diabetes • Maintain strong bones • Reduce risk of heart attack and heart disease • Build aerobic fitness
A healthy, well-balanced diet is also important, as thinning hair is often a sign of poor nutrition or vitamin deficiency. Vitamins B and D, along with iron and zinc, are believed to help maintain healthy follicles, while regular intakes of the essential fatty acids found in oily fish and nuts are also necessary for healthy hair, nails and skin.
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