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Health & Hair

You probably, at one time or another, have connected the behavior of your hair with the way you feel – the state of your health, stress or worry, dieting, sleep patterns, pregnancies, menstrual cycle, long and short term illnesses, fevers, and very importantly, the drugs, vitamins and minerals your take to counteract them all.

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Diet & Hair Growth

Your diet is hugely important to the health of your hair, and the effects of your daily nutrition on its growth and appearance should not be underestimated. To help you understand this better, we will put hair growth and the energy needed to sustain it into perspective.

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Nutritional Must Do's

There are a number of 'daily must do's' in order to maximise your hair's potential for being healthy and looking beautiful. Eat Breakfast! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for your body, and also for your hair. Energy to form hair cells is lowest first thing in the morning (or when you wake up!) Eat a balanced and nutritious breakfast of proteins and complex carbohydrates to give your hair a nutritional boost.

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Vegans & Vegetarians

Nutritious vegan/vegetarian diets, containing all essential vitamins, minerals, proteins and fats can be healthy, energising and fulfilling. As with any diet, it is beneficial to optimise nutrient intake through the foods available to you in order to keep hair healthy and strong. Balanced and v...

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Anaemia

Anaemia is commonly caused by a lack of iron, which is one of the most important minerals for your hair. Iron also optimizes energy levels, nourishes your skin and keeps your heart healthy - an all-round essential for your general fitness and well-being.

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Supplements

A nutritional supplement is a product that you ingest, containing vitamins, minerals and/or other various nutrients, that helps to enhance and support your diet. They are a 'booster' so to speak, providing your body with a bit of extra help - especially where deficiencies are an issue.  &...

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Proteins

Proteins are used to build tissue cells, including the cells of your hair, skin and nails. 80-85% of your hair is composed of a protein called keratin.

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Complex Carbohydrates

Your body breaks down carbohydrates and converts them into energy. They’re absorbed quickly into your bloodstream and shuttled around your body for fuel and repair.

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Vitamin C

Hair cells are the 2nd fastest growing cells in the body (2nd only to intestinal cells). However, hair is a non-essential tissue, so your body will never send nutrients its way if another part of you is lacking. Hair needs a mixture of both vitamins and minerals to grow. Vitamin C is one of the...

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Vitamin B12

Hair cells are the 2nd fastest growing cells in the body (2nd only to intestinal cells). However, hair is a non-essential tissue, so your body will never send nutrients its way if another part of you is lacking, and is usually one of the first things to suffer when there is an imbalance in...

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Zinc

Hair cells are the 2nd fastest growing cells in the body (2nd only to intestinal cells). However, hair is a non-essential tissue, so your body will never send nutrients its way if another part of you is lacking. Hair needs a mixture of vitamins, minerals and trace elements to grow. Zinc is...

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Biotin

Hair cells are the 2nd fastest growing cells in the body (2nd only to intestinal cells). However, hair is a non-essential tissue, so your body will never send nutrients its way if another part of you is lacking. Hair needs a mixture of both vitamins and minerals to grow. Biotin is one of these ...

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