But there’s a lot you can do to grow better hair and nails even starting today. And you probably guessed it already: Eat right!
- Walnuts. High in protein, walnuts also come with lots of the natural vitamin biotin. Biotin helps to break proteins down and puts them to use. Magnesium in walnuts also help to reduce the effects of stress on the body so that you keep more of your hair longer.
- Blueberries. This one surprises a lot of people, and they’re not generally available year round, but blueberries are one of the best defenses against free radical damage, with strong antioxidant properties. They’ll help to correct issues with flaky scalp, brittle hair, and weak nails.
- Papaya. As tropical as fruits come, papayas are packed with immunity-boosting nutrients. That means not just immunity defense, but also a strong defense against hair breakage.
- Squash and mangos. This one sounds good already. But beyond tasting great together, they’re also super high in the beta-carotene that boosts the natural oil in the scalp so your hair stays shiny and healthy looking.
- Raw sesame seeds. The zinc in sesame seeds makes them into a hair & nails superfood. Stronger and more resilient eyelashes, hair and nails can result simply by including more sesame in your diet, and raw sesame “Tahini” goes great when you’re not munching on a salad.
- Finally, the true Hair & Nail essentials are figs. Figs improve overall health, including digestive health, while also conditioning the hair, making it stronger and more lustrous. And figs can be consumed with every meal of the day.
- 1 cup homemade walnut milk
- 1 cup chopped figs
- 1/2 Burro banana
- 2 tbsp. date sugar or agave syrup (optional)
- Blend all ingredients until smooth and enjoy!
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