When you go to a salon, you expect to leave happy with the results you want. Typically when a woman seeks a solution for her hair loss, she wants to find a way to enhance what she sees and how she views herself. However, I want to be sure to focus on the root of the problem and what people don’t necessarily see.
Plants, trees, perhaps vegetables in your garden – all of these things have something in common: roots. Roots are their source for receiving nutrients, which in return help that living thing grow and remain thriving.
Similar to things that grow, hair has a root (otherwise known as a follicle), and if it’s not receiving the correct nutrients, it will cause hair to grow in thinner or quite possibly fall out. It’s essential to provide our bodies with fresh, natural foods and to maintain a healthy diet so that hair can continue to be strong, healthy and grow.
When deciding what nutrients are important to obtain on a regular basis, you should be sure of a few things:
1. Be sure to include foods or supplements contain essential fatty acids as well as antioxidants. By eating natural elements, you are encouraging your body to absorb crucial vitamins and minerals.
2. Are you getting the right combination of vitamins? For instance, Vitamins A, B and C as well as Omegas 3 and 6 help hair grow and stay in good health.
If you would like to learn more about the right solution for your individual hair loss please email or call me to set up a private and personal consultation with one of my consultation specialists. Or to get your free copy of my Personal Hair Loss Evaluation eBook Guide, which helps determine your loss and best-personalized solution, all you need to do is sign up for my blog.
Remember…Beauty Begins Within