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yellowflower
January 10th, 2011, 04:47 AM
Has anyone changed there diet?

I have started eating 2 eggs every morning, and more nuts, seeds etc, trying to get in more protein and fish to.

I have also joined the gym and going to exercise 3 times a week.

what does everyone else do, and do you think diet changes hair growth?

julliams
January 10th, 2011, 05:01 AM
I think only if you are missing something vital in your diet. I ate very healthy and exercised up to 5 times a week over about 2 -3 months and did not notice any difference to my hair. But my waistline looks alot better and I feel better about myself.

It doesn't hurt to try. Is it safe to eat 14 eggs a week?

yellowflower
January 10th, 2011, 05:18 AM
It doesn't hurt to try. Is it safe to eat 14 eggs a week?[/quote]

well its more like everyother day so I'd say about 6 a week surely thats ok?

ChatNoir
January 10th, 2011, 05:38 AM
It doesn't hurt to try. Is it safe to eat 14 eggs a week?

It isn't harmful at all to eat, but you might get a bit tired of the taste after a while :p

Allychan
January 10th, 2011, 05:45 AM
I have been a vego for 22yrs. I am realising more and more that I need to up my protein intake. I have added lots of nuts to my eating regime (I don't diet).
Macadamia (because they are yummy) Brazil nuts (good for hair) with dark chocolate and pumpkin seeds (full of zinc). I have them on the kitchen counter so I can graze them before having or making a meal.
I am not too keen on peanut butter (I prefer Vegemite) but I have it on my toast because of the protein

cherokeesaint
January 11th, 2011, 08:27 PM
I make sure that I take my multi-vitamin...eat salmon and tuna every week, eat min. of 4 eggs a week, eat brazil nuts daily, eat varity of red meat and of course eat veggies and fruit...try to exercise 3x week.

Madora
January 11th, 2011, 10:07 PM
I take iron, vit D, Super B Complex, Centrum Silver, and biotin every day.

Try and drink at least 4 8 oz glasses of water every day.

Talk half hour walks every day (weather permitting)

jojo
January 12th, 2011, 01:00 AM
It isn't harmful at all to eat, but you might get a bit tired of the taste after a while :p
or egg bound:D

Varney
January 12th, 2011, 01:46 AM
I imagine that what's good for your nails is probably also good for your hair. My nails have been really brittle since as long as I can remember. No use in growing them out at all. I am a lacto-ovo vegetarian (no fish). Started eating omega 3 of the types DHA and EPA a couple of months ago (algae oil: v-pure or pure-one), which isn't part of your diet if you're a vegetarian. About 2 months after I started my nails are strong for the first time I can remember! So I'm definitely going to continue with that. Probably takes longer time to notice any result on hair though. Non-vegetarians can eat omega 3 DHA and EPA from fish or fish-oil.