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Healthy Hair Part 3
This is part 3 of Healthy Hair from WikiHow.com
From: hope hope Watching what you eat, drinking water, exercise believe it or not makes a difference even for your hair.
Eat nutrients that nourish your hair. A well-balanced diet with plenty of protein, vitamin B, iron, and omega-3s helps your hair stay as thick and healthy as possible.
Vitamin B keeps hair thick and strong. Eat plenty of fruits, vegetables and nuts to get enough vitamin B.
Eat beef, chicken, pork, fish and leafy greens like kale and spinach to get iron and protein.
Salmon, walnuts, and avocados are excellent sources of omega-3s, which help your hair stay shiny and healthy.
You can supplement your diet with vitamins designed to make hair stronger. Try prenatal vitamins, which contain a mix of ingredients that lead to great hair, nails and skin.
Protect your hair from the elements. Just as you would protect your skin from sun, wind, and cold temperatures, you need to protect your hair as well. If you don’t, it will dry out and become brittle over time.
When the sun is strong, wear a hat or scarf over your hair to protect it from getting too fried.
Don’t go outside during the winter with wet hair. When your hair freezes it can get brittle and frayed.
You should also protect your hair from chemicals. Don’t expose your hair to chlorine too often. When you go swimming, wear a swim cap.
Get your hair trimmed often. As soon as your ends begin to split, go to the salon and get a trim. Keeping your hair trimmed will make sure the ends don’t split very far up the shaft. Your hair will be less likely to break, and it will look healthy and full of life.
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