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Nutrition and Hair Loss – Avoiding That Bad Hair Day

Nutrition and Hair Loss – Avoiding That Bad Hair Day

Nutrition and Hair Loss – Avoiding That Bad Hair Day

Vitamins and minerals are a necessary part of healthy cell growth and function, so when your body doesn’t have enough of these vital nutrients, the healthy growth and function of the cells that protect your hair follicles are compromised!  In short, vitamin deficiency can cause alopecia, better known as hair loss.  Nearly 50 percent of adults are affected by pattern hair loss by the time they turn 50.

Of course, vitamin deficiency is caused by nutritional deficiency.  So, in other words, if you don’t eat the right foods, your body doesn’t get the nutrients it needs to keep you or your hair healthy.

It’s not just one deficiency that can cause hair loss.  Over time, deficiencies in a number of essential vitamins can cause your hair to fall out.  Essential minerals also play a vital role in keeping your hair healthy and strong.

Diets deficient in vitamins C, A, iron, D, B, or zinc are the main culprits for hair loss.

Of course, we recommend you eat a healthy, whole-foods-based diet rich in vegetables and fruits. Also, to supplement your diet, we’d recommend Super V® and Morter Trace Minerals specifically to address hair loss.  Our Super V® contains vital nutrients for your hair health, like vitamin B12, vitamin D, biotin, iron, and zinc.  It also gives your body just the right amount of selenium to keep yourself healthy without risking toxic amounts of the mineral. 

So, a healthy diet and supplements boost your immunity and keep your body’s cells healthy, keeping your hair healthy, supple, and strong!