Nutrients for Healthy Hair Growth
Prepared by Nutritionist Jade
Do you know that our outer appearance reflects something about our inner health? Research has shown that changes in our hair appearance, texture or thickness can reveal about our inner health. Beside age-related decline, hair styling products and tools can also damage our hair, leaving hair prone to dryness and breakage. An intake of some key nutrients can improve the health of one’s hair texture and growth. Below are some key nutritious ingredients for our hair:
- Nettle Root
Nettle root may help support the growth of existing and new hair, apart from nourish scalp and hair follicles. Nettle root contains compounds that have anti-inflammatory properties which may help in preventing hair loss and maintain a healthy environment for hair growth.
- Amino Acids Blend and Hydrolyzed Keratin
Amino acids and Hydrolysed Keratin are forms of protein that can help support hair’s natural protective layer and hair quality. Our hair is comprised of about 80% to 95% of keratin, which is made up of many amino acids like cysteine and lysine. Lysine is primarily found inside the hair root and helps hair to retain its shape and volume.
- Biotin and B Vitamins
Biotin and other B vitamins may support healthy hair condition as deficiencies in these vitamins have been associated with hair loss.
- He Shou Wu
He Shou Wu is a traditional Chinese herb that may help the hair retain its natural colour. Individuals with liver health issues are to be cautious against taking this herb.
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