Nutrition and Hair Loss
As I was continuing to lose my hair and seek out a more natural way of living, I kept reading research about how certain foods had qualities that could help with hair loss naturally. I felt like I had hit the jackpot – not only would this help with my hair loss, but on my quest for natural living as well.
Imagine my disappointment when I didn’t even LIKE most of the recommended foods. Salmon? YUCK. Oysters? NO WAY. Walnuts? I couldn’t run away fast enough. I had been so hopeful to try out a new diet that could help my bald spot disappear that it was quite the blow to find out that I didn’t think most of these foods were even edible.
But – I knew there was truth behind this idea. I had seen firsthand the effects of nutrition in other areas of my life. My pursuit of a healthy lifestyle had me eating cleaner and better, and I felt more alive than I ever had. My energy levels were through the roof. My skin seemed to be glowing.
Even on the bald spot on the top of my head.
After realizing I needed to change my diet to help my hair, but loathing the suggestions I came across this skinny shake called IdealShape. It’s more than just a meal replacement shake – it’s about a healthy lifestyle. Which you know I loved.
I dug in deeper, and wouldn’t you know that IdealShape had many of the vitamins and nutritional elements suggested for stopping hair loss included. PLUS it could help me drop a few pounds. What a winner!
I steeled my stomach the first day that I tried IdealShape, knowing that it wouldn’t be great, but it was what I needed. And it was lightyears better than eating a plate of salmon every day.
And wouldn’t you know – I actually kind of liked it.
Thankful to have another weapon in my arsenal against hair loss that is pro healthy living!