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Yummy and Healthy Snacks to Try for Hair Growth

Want to munch your way to healthier and longer tresses? Yes, that could be possible! There are several healthy yet delicious snack foods you can try to help induce hair regrowth and keep your tresses looking lively. Munch on them especially if your thinning hair or hair fall issues are due to nutritional imbalances. Without further ado, here are five hair-approved snack ideas that you may quickly add to your meal plans. Also, we’ve included links to easy-peasy recipes featuring each healthy snack ingredient on the list. 1. Avocados Avocados have been one of the staple fruits for keto dieters. But did you know it benefits your tresses so well, too? Avocados contain lots of vitamin E which helps fights oxidative stress at the cellular level. The fruit also contains tocotrienol , an antioxidant belonging to the vitamin E family. Studies such as this have shown that tocotrienol aids in hair regrowth in patients with alopecia. This yummy fruit also has l

A Quick Guide to Hair Transplant Procedures

Perhaps you’ve tried all possible hair regrowth remedies, both natural and chemical . Or maybe your physician diagnosed you with an irreversible hair loss condition destined to make hair fall an inevitable part of your life. Either way, one procedure seems to be your hair’s last card. Cue in hair transplantation procedures. Here’s a quick primer on what hair transplant is all about. Know how it is typically done, what to expect, and how you become a candidate for it. What A Hair Transplant Procedure Is Hair transplant is a surgical procedure wherein a bald or thinning hair area on the head is filled with hair coming from other parts of your body. It’s done inside a medical facility by trained physicians. Hair transplant is minimally invasive, but it still requires a bit of numbing on the affected area under local anesthesia. You’ll typically be assessed for parts of your body with more hair to spare; usually, these become the “donor sites”. Hair follicles are taken fr