Calcium. The nutrient many of us hear and think of words such as milk, cheese, bones or Oesteoporosis. If there is a bone deficiency, then the hair would thin or you could observe hair loss or patchiness. Nails could be thin and break easily. In contrast, with healthy bones, your hair would be healthy, vibrant and full.
So, if you want to grow healthy hair you need to ensure your calcium intake is up to stratch. Trust me, it's not just your hair that will thank you, your teeth, bones and nails will also truly benefit.
Now, if you are like me, you don't like consuming dairy. I personally don't believe it is good for a persons digestive system or skin. In fact, some reports have been released to say that dairy can infact, clog pores and reduce hair growth. But we need it for healthy bones and body right? Yes, we do so we need to source Calcium from somewhere.
So, if you are looking to increase your inatke of Calcium with a plant based approach, I can tell you that there are many benefical ways to increase your calcium intake without eating dairy.
Key take out? Increase your daily calcium intake by consuming leafy greens that are rich in this essential nutrient for healthy hair.
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