I used to have really thin hair, still pretty thin I think, but it seems to have gotten a tiny bit thicker. More so what I love about my hair now is that it isn't all oily. My hair used to get super oily really fast, it would be noticeably oily before the day was over even from the morning wash. I have longer hair now, much longer than ever before. Before whenever my hair started to get longer it would bother me (also had an annoying thin spot on my head that's gone) due to its poor condition so I'd be inclined to cut it and usually kept it fairly short. Not anymore! This time it got longer and wasn't bothering me at all so I've let it keep growing. So if you're looking for hair improvements this diet is great!
Just water, works well enough for me. Although there were times when it didn't seem to work very well and I think it may have been due to the water quality in the area I was visiting being unkind. Low water pressure providing an insufficient rinse could also have been a problem at times. I also found that I did better with short cool showers as opposed to the long steamy ones I used to take (although I still am inclined to warmer showers when in colder winter climates). Think long steamy showers with bad water isn't a good idea for health of body or hair. Only real negative comment I can think of getting was from mom a while ago who said my hair didn't look as shiny, possibly due simply to it not being overloaded with oils anymore.
yeah I tell it back to my ancestors, when they eat mostly vegan, coz naturally more animal fed->more economical, planet problem and that the owners of the land dont want....
LOL my mum told me that the potassium in the banana's will poison me :)
Bought 10 kilos of bananas and the woman serving me said something about the supermarket having to advocate 'a balanced diet'. Nobody said anything to the guy with 2 peperoni pizzas and 2 slabs of chocolate... or the people who buy alcohol, or cigarettes, or etc.
Okay, that's just weird! A supermarket clerk giving out nutritional advice? Crazy!
So you dont eat bread or pasta? how do you get carbs? :I
Has anyone been asking these people what they think fruit DOES have? I'm curious to see what the answers are... might clear some things up or set off a light-bulb moment in them. It's like do they think it's high in fat? Doubt that, and obviously no one thinks it's high in protein. What if it simply requires a little push to get them to do the basic process of elimination to realize there's only one thing left or they simply haven't made a basic connection that sugars are carbs. Someone please do this and let us know how it goes!
I bet most of them will look really confused and say, very tentatively, "....fiber?...." LOL
"no wonder youre so thin! you only eat air" my grandma said this as sh chewed down on kfc and i was munching on my mango... nice...