I'm not sure the caloric intake you need on fully raw I thought it was more than that but I am still new and learning. For healthy hair just make sure you are getting all your nutrients and keeping your health strong by the way you are eating. Collagen surrounds the hair strands- The best way to boost collagen is by getting more vitamin C. MSM showed reduced hair loss and increased growth in only six weeks.
Leafy vegetables, such as chard, cabbage and watercress, alfalfa contain a small amount of MSM. Raw vegetables contain a higher amount. Iron is also essential for hair growth and can be found in blackstrap molasses, green leafy vegetables, leeks, cashews, dried fruits, figs, and berries.
Vitamin E is required to nourish damaged hair and to prevent breakage. foods high in vitamin E include sunflower seeds, almonds, pine nuts, dried apricots, spinach and olives. 100 mg daily of a B-complex supplement that includes biotin and vitamin B6 can reduce hair thinning by increasing scalp circulation and rejuvenating hair follicles. The minerals silica and zinc are also critical for hair growth. Food sources of silica include cucumber, mango, green leafs, beans, celery, asparagus.. Among some of the foods high in zinc are pumpkin seeds, brazil nuts and pecans
Some ways to get your hair healthy by key nutrients in certain foods. Hope I could help
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Hey girly, I've been battling the same thing especially as of late. Here are some things I've picked up along the way in my search of regaining what I used to have:
This is a good point! I know if there is Lyme in the water you shower in its very bad for your hair, also use minimal shampoo or organic sulfate-free shampoo