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How to obtain "HEALTHY" hair


So why is our "hair" SOOOOO important???


You see . . . for some odd reason in life . . . our "hair" means a "lot" to us . . .


"All of us" . . . including ME!


This picture is "my" hair at the age of 66 years young.


But . . . is it just a "LOOKIN" GOOD THING???


Or do we really need our "hair" to be "healthy???


Well . . . throughout history . . . our “hair” has played a significant role in our society.


And this is due to it being associated with “youthfulness” . . . beauty in women . . . and virility and masculinity in men.


It's been said . . . that it "enhances" our "personality" . . . and many times we feel our "hair" is one of the most important parts of our body.


And . . . maybe rightly so . . . because when we tend to have a "BAD" hair day . . . the whole day seems to go to HELL in a handbasket.


Am I right . . . or not people???


But in "reality" . . . we "really" do need our "hair" to be healthy!!!


You see . . . "healthy hair" . . . means that the "body" is producing enough vitamins and nutrients to ensure that it and its "hair" are operating at peak conditions.


And "hair" loss and/or dry and frizzy hair . . . is "unhealthy" hair . . . which may be a sign that we need to change our diet and/or hair care routine.


Our "hair" . . . believe it or not . . . can tell us many things about our physical health . . . like . . . "brittle hair" can indicate "nutrition" and health issues.


Where a "dry scalp", "dry hair" or "psoriasis" . . . can mean we aren't getting enough "healthy fats" in our diet. You know . . . Omega 3s.


And "thinning hair" . . . can mean our diet lacks proper "protein".


So getting back to my original question . . . Can "winter" and the "Holiday's" damage our hair???


Absolutely!!!!


And if you need more information on how to obtain "healthy hair" . . . "stop hair loss" . . . or even why we are going "bald" . . . check out tomorrows post.


I'll be giving you a download with my "SECRETS" to a "HEALTHY HEAD OF HAIR"


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