Nutrition for Hair Growth: Can Omega Fatty Acids and Essential Nutrients Make a Difference?
Which Foods Can Help You Grow More Hair? Nutrition for Hair Growth: Can Omega Fatty Acids and Essential Nutrients Make a Difference?
Chances are you’ll be steered toward pharmaceuticals, like finasteride or minoxidil, if you go seeking medical help to grow back your hair.
But is there a role for nutrition to offer healthier and potentially better solutions?
These days, we hear a lot about Omega 3-6-9 fatty acids in terms of everything from brain to joint health. Which one do we need more of for healthy hair? Which one do we need to cut down on?
What’s the vital nutritional element for our cells and tissues that not only helps cushion our joints, but can foster healthier hair?
We probe these and other foods for hair growth on #VitalSigns with Brendon Fallon.
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Some of the texts consulted:
Dose-dependent consumption of farmed Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) increases plasma phospholipid n-3 fatty acids differentially
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