I'm Natural By Force Not By Choice​.

Im Natural By Force Not Choice
Im Natural By Force Not Choice
 I'm Natural By Force Not By Choice .

Many of us know that there's  a large percentage  of women going natural. As we continue to see changes in relaxers, chemicals treatments and perms decline in rapid numbers. You began to understand not everyone is natural due to the increase or fascination of the trending craze I love my natural. Some are due to hormonal changes over time there are many women that are being forced to make lifestyle changes for health and wellness. This is called beauty for life sack ,What's the definitions it's a balance of a healthy lifestyle.

Here are few ways to begin  the repairing process for  healthy hair and a healthy lifestyle.

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The Combination of diet and supplements yields the rewards of having healthy hair and balance lifestyle.

Here, the nutrients you need for a full head of hair—and the foods that pack them:

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  • Omega-3 Fatty AcidsGood for more than your brain, omega-3 fatty acids nourish your whole noggin. The essential nutrient reaches both the hair shaft and the cell membranes in your scalp, nourishing the follicles and promoting healthy hair growth, according to Batayneh. Plus, they add elasticity to your hair, preventing it from breaking off and ending up in your shower drain. But get this—the body can't produce omega 3-fatty acids on its own; whatever you eat is what your body gets. So dig in!

      The foods to eat: Flaxseeds, walnuts, salmon, tuna, kale, Brussels sprouts, rapeseed oil.

Zinc

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  • Boosting tissue growth and repair, zinc helps keep your scalp and hair stay healthy. It also regulates hormones (testosterone included) in the body and helps maintain production of oil-secreting glands on the scalp that help your hair grow. There's no need to go overboard, though. High levels of testosterone are actually linked to hair loss, Bauman says. According to the Office of Dietary Supplements, 11 mg a day is all you need. While it's not proven your body will go on a T rampage if you consume too much zinc, there's no need to tempt hair follicle fate.

Protein

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  • Quick chemistry lesson: Your hair is pretty much pure protein. So if you don't eat enough for both your muscles and hair, you'll have bulging biceps—but a bald head. And even if you do hang onto your hair, eating too little protein can turn it grey, Bauman says. Eat a diet rich in high-quality, naturally occurring protein. Wait, you're a veg or a vegan? No worries. As any good meatless eater knows, protein abounds in more than just animal sources.
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The foods to eat: Greek yoghurt, egg yolks, kale, peanuts, beans, peas, lentils, tofu, chicken, turkey.

Iron

When it comes to healthy circulation, eating enough iron is clutch. Iron helps deliver blood to the body's cells. Neglect the nutrient and your blood can't carry enough oxygen to your scalp for good hair growth, says Bauman. "Many doctors have seen a correlation between treatment for iron-deficient anaemia and an increase in hair growth," Batayneh adds.

Vitamins A and C

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  • Both vitamins contribute to the production of sebum, the oily substance that your hair follicles spit out. Nature's hair conditioner, it keeps your hair from breaking off. Plus, vitamin C increases the amount of blood-boosting iron that your body can put to use, says Batayneh. While some vitamin A is good for your scalp, more than 15,000 IU a day can actually spur hair loss, says Bauman, who notes that the recommended daily allowance of the vitamin for men is 5,000 IU a day.

The foods to eat: Swiss chard, spinach, broccoli, sweet potatoes,

pumpkin.

Magnesium

Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body and is needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions—hair growth included, according to the National Institute of Health. Medical research university shows that 68 of U.S. adults don't get enough of the essential nutrient, contributing to increased inflammation in the body. Another result?

Hair loss. Batayneh notes that magnesium deficiencies have been linked to hair loss in both men and women.

The foods to eat: Almonds, spinach, cashews, lentils, brown rice, halibut.

Selenium

A trace element that helps the body make selenoproteins, which regulate reproduction, metabolism, DNA synthesis, and immunity, selenium also stimulates hair follicles to encourage new growth. Scrimp on selenium and your body will churn out way too many

selenoproteins, leading to hair follicle abnormalities, reduced growth, and hair loss, according.

Understanding the power of beauty and wellness to transform your hair. Building up moisture equals healthy hair.

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