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Now that the clock has been turned back an hour (and we get to sleep an hour longer), we realize that we are in the middle of the fall season. Just as the leaves are falling from the trees, our hair is also falling out a little more. Don't worry, during seasonal changes this is completely normal. During autumn our bodies tend to be more restless. And you can see this in the structure of the hair.

Keep your hair healthy and get enough vitamins and minerals from your diet. We give you some superfoods to add to your shopping list!

Omega3 in 1 - growth, shine and fullness

Oily fish such as salmon, mackerel and sardines provide you with a solid dose of omega 3 fats. Your body cannot produce these itself, so you have to get them from food or supplements. Don't eat fish? Then you should look into chia seeds, walnuts and kidney beans. B5 in the battle against hair thinning and loss

Fight hair loss and thinning with B5

Vitamin B5 or pantothenic acid is essential for healthy hair. It has a revitalizing effect on both your hair and your skin. So you can use B5 to the hair shaft smooth, the shine and elasticity of the hair to improve. The hair becomes stronger and less likely to knot. Although it is also added to cosmetic products as Panthenol, you can simply get the organic variety from your diet. You can do this by regularly eating protein-rich Greek yogurt, as well as eggs, avocado, lentils, sunflower seeds, mushrooms and broccoli.

Enchanting Beta-Carotene

Dull, brittle hair that breaks easily can be the result of a lack of vitamin A. The antioxidant beta-carotene stimulates the production of this vitamin in our body. In the fruit and vegetable section look out for anything orange: sweet potatoes, carrots, cantaloupes, pumpkin, mango and so on. Vitamin A protects your hair from dryness and ensures healthy sebum production.

Cinnamon for your crown

Always delicious in a chai lattè, cinnamon buns, oatmeal, apple pie, tea and all you like. It's not only a nice touch on desserts, but has also been used as medicine for centuries. It contains vitamins A, C, B2, B6, zinc, magnesium, calcium, iron and potassium. An important benefit for our hair is that cinnamon helps with circulation. That way, the hair follicles get enough oxygen and nutrients. That extra cinnamon roll suddenly doesn't seem so bad anymore!

Are you unsure about your hair routine or have questions? Book a free consultation on our website. We will be happy to help you further.

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