how to right hair loss any vitamins to consume?

Question by krishnakumar_dg: how to correct hair reduction any vitamins to consume?
i having more hair loss,so i request you to give remedy to resolve this

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Vitimin E…i heard [?]

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  1. peppermint_python

    As a hairstylist, I stress the importance of routine hair care in regards to hair loss.
    Take vitamin B supplements. Eat ample amounts of protein. Scalp massage, every other day or even every day helps to increase blood flow. Because blood is what nourishes your hair follicle and scalp, the increase in circulation benefits hair growth.

    NIOXIN is an excellent regimen to follow if you can afford approximately 25dollars (Canadian) monthly. (small price for vanity) Their follicle booster is amazing!


  2. Healthy Hair Diet

    If dry, limp hair is weighing you down, then this diet is for you. Did you know that what you eat is reflected in the health of your hair? All of the hair-revitalizing shampoos in the world won’t help if you aren’t nourishing your body. Here’s how the Healthy Hair Diet can help:

    • Just like your body, your hair needs a balanced, nutritious diet to stay healthy. That’s why this food plan contains a rainbow of fruits and vegetables that are loaded with vitamins and antioxidants, whole grains for minerals, nuts and seeds for minerals and vitamins, and lean protein for iron. A fortified breakfast cereal will help your body get all of the other good stuff it needs.

    • Water not only hydrates your body, but helps keep your hair silky and shiny. This diet includes eight to 10 glasses of water and juices a day for maximum hydration.

    • The fiber from fruits, vegetables, grains and legumes is good for your body and your hair. This meal plan features lots of fiber-containing food as an option at each meal.

    • Soy products contain phytoestrogens — estrogens from plants — that may boost your health, so this diet offers soymilk as a beverage choice and soy nuts as a snack option.

    See how your breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks can keep your hair — and your body — healthy.

    option one
    Total breakfast cereal with skim milk and blueberries
    orange juice

    option two
    Special K cereal with low-fat soymilk and strawberries
    grapefruit juice

    option three
    All Bran cereal with skim milk and mixed berries
    orange juice

    option one
    turkey sandwich on whole-grain bread with dark green lettuce and tomato
    tossed salad with green and red peppers and tomatoes

    option two
    split pea soup
    dark rye bread
    broccoli and carrots with low-fat dip
    skim milk

    option three
    garden vegetable pizza
    tossed salad with broccoli, green and red peppers and tuna
    skim milk

    option one
    classic roast beef
    mashed sweet potatoes
    steamed green beans
    mixed berries drizzled with honey or maple syrup
    low-fat soymilk

    option two
    orange beef broccoli
    brown rice
    mixed orange and grapefruit sections
    low-fat soymilk

    option three
    glazed pork tenderloins
    brussels sprouts
    tossed salad with citrus dressing
    baked potato with low-fat sour cream
    strawberry shortcake
    low-fat soymilk

    These delicious snacks will boost your energy levels at the same time that they nourish your hair. Be sure to choose at least one snack with nuts and one with soy every day.
    • ¼ cup mixed nuts
    • ½ cup mixed nuts, seeds and dried fruit
    • apple berry smoothie
    • tofu cubes in best teriyaki sauce and marinade
    • yogurt topped with wheat germ, nuts, and berries
    • roasted soy nuts
    • Shredded Wheat and low-fat soymilk topped with ground flax seed and fresh fruit

    Healthy Dos and Don’ts
    • Eat lots of fruits and vegetables for their antioxidants — the more variety of color, the better
    • Take a daily multivitamin supplement
    • Choose less processed foods whenever possible for the highest amount of vitamins
    • Drink plenty of water to keep yourself well hydrated

    • Drink alcohol
    • Smoke
    • Eat highly processed foods (most snack foods, cookies, cakes, candies)

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