Hair growth and diet

Hair loss can be divided into two categories – genetic and lifestyle.
If you believe that lifestyle might be the reason that your hair is not as full as it user to be, you may want to turn your attention to your diet.
Hair growth requires a vast amount of energy to keep up with the cell turnover of hair follicles. This energy can be provided by carbohydrates. However, not all carbohydrates are created equal.
Refined carbs such as white bread, pasta, pastries, white flour and white rice are high in simple sugars which can stimulate androgens that can cause hair thinning.
Make a simple swap to complex carbs. These are higher in fibre and are digested slowly meaning that there is less of a sugar spike in the diet and more energy is acquired.
Swapping from white bread to brown and opting for a whole grain pasta is a simple way to start this change.
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