Our hair is our crowning glory and is significantly made up of keratin protein, the protein responsible for hair’s strength and shine. In order for our bodies to to effectively produce keratin, we require a sufficient supply of amino acids on a consistent basis. While hair-care products can contain keratin-rich ingredients, its important to examine nutrition-based management as well.
Collagen can provide a continuous and quality supply of amino acids, thus boosting Keratin production and maintaining healthy, shiny hair. However, there are health issues which can disturb the health of your hair, beginning with sub-clinical hair growth deficits, such as hair thinning and hair loss, as well as more more profound clinical problems such as androgenetic alopecia, alopecia areata, and chemotherapy-induced alopecia.
It is vital to identify the the causative mechanism behind each defect in order to restore a the hair to a healthy condition. Today, we are going to explore the causative mechanisms of sub-clinical deficits and recommend solutions for managing them through natural nutrition.