‘A’ Foods for Healthy Hair

Key word: Antioxidants

‘A’ is for Apple, Almonds, Avocado, Arugula, Asparagus and Apricots.

Who loves food? I’m a foodie so I’m excited about this series starting now! Brace yourselves my darlings, each week we’ll learn a thing or two about foods we can add to our diet or look out for healthy hair and growth, from A-Z! Excited?

According to Cambridge dictionary, ‘an antioxidant is a substance that slows down the rate at which something decays because of oxidization’.

The human body naturally produces free radicals that cause damage in our bodies Continue reading “‘A’ Foods for Healthy Hair”

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