the hairy matter from the grooming guru

After spending hundreds of $$$ on hair products only yesterday, i finally found out that the product is not the only thing that will help you prevent hair loss or hair thinning. The hairy truth is using the wrong kind of brushes on your locks might damage your follicles or worse, bring on premature balding. for every type of hair there is a type of brush or comb for you. But before that let me hand you some tips on hair care.

here are some tips to keep your mop plentiful and intact:

  1. do not brush against hair growth because this will weaken the roots of the follicles.
  2. shampoo with light shampoo everyday. Roots clogged with oil will result in hair loss
  3. stress also contributes to hair thinning, so chill out.
  4. if you are eating to many red meats, or fatty foods, stop it! Start adding more fiber, fruits and veggies' to your diet. Also, drink water, lots of water. A beautiful inside can only promote our beautiful outside assets.
  5. bend your head while you are shampooing and massage your scalp. This will increase blood circulation to the scalp.
  6. get sufficient sleep. Like a healthy body, healthy hair too needs a good night's sleep.

used round tipped brush - the hard bristle brush will move hair easily. it also stimulates blood flow to the scalp decreasing the chance of dandruff.

vent brush - the rounded tips on the nylon bristle are good because they let you gently shape your hair.

classic styler - nylon bristles make limp hair stand taller and look thicker. For more volume. try using a volumizing shampoo.

The Hair Bible: A Complete Guide to Health and Care

If you don't have high cholesterol, eating red meat twice a week for optimal hair health. Not only does beef have the protein you need, but also B vitamins, iron, and zinc, important minerals for healthy hair.
Recommended Serving Size:
3.5 ounces of roasted, lean beef, 175 calories

Eggs or Egg Whites
Vegetarian? Can't eat red meat for health reasons? Then egg whites are the way to go. "If you can't eat an animal protein, egg whites are the next best thing. Their value is underestimated in our society."
Recommended Serving Size:
One large egg, 84 calories

Try it smoked or fresh at breakfast, lunch, or dinner for a good dose of protein along with B vitamins, including B12, and other vitamins and minerals.
Recommended Serving Size: Fresh salmon fillet, 3.5 ounces, 180 calories Smoked salmon, 2 ounces, 71 calories

Although it's not a good food to eat if you're trying to lose weight, eating a normal serving of bacon for extra B vitamins, zinc, and protein.
Recommended Serving Size: Fried bacon, 3.5 ounces, 576 calories

Brown Short-Grain Rice
You should have complex carbohydrates, which feed you energy over a longer period of time than refined carbohydrates, with your protein source at meals. Brown short-grain rice is an ideal form. It's also a good source of B vitamins and some fiber.
Recommended Serving Size: 1/4 cup dry rice, 179 calories

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