Over the past few years I’ve noticed that my hair seems less shiny and breaks easier. : Terry Talks Nutrition

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Over the past few years I’ve noticed that my hair seems less shiny and breaks easier.


Q. Dear Terry, “Over the past few years I’ve noticed that my hair seems less shiny and breaks easier. I’ve tried natural conditioners like coconut oil and I didn’t notice a difference. I want my hair to be shiny and healthy again. What should I do?” — Jolene C., Grand Island, NE

A. Dear Jolene, To keep hair healthy we use shampoo, conditioner, and other external treatments, but to really address the issue we need to look inward to nourish and sustain healthy hair growth.

Biotin and B vitamins (especially riboflavin, B6, folic acid, and pantothenic acid) are must-haves for healthy hair and skin. They play an important role in the synthesis of amino acids – the building blocks of hair. The two most critical, sulphurated (sulfur-containing) amino acids for new hair growth are L-methionine and L-cysteine. They are essential for the formation of keratin and help promote new hair growth.

Another ingredient you should consider is millet seed oil, which provides valuable natural compounds like miliacin. Miliacin has been found to increase cell metabolism, stimulate cell proliferation, and tissue regeneration – exactly what you want for restoring healthy hair.

Other supportive ingredients include silica, vitamin A, vitamin E, and zinc.

I would take all of these ingredients twice per day. Please be patient when it comes to new hair growth, as it takes time. Stick with these ingredients for a minimum of three months and I think you will be happy with the results.

Healthy Regards!

Terry . . . Naturally

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