Nutrition plays a crucial role in maintaining healthy hair, and this is especially true for children. Kids require proper nutrients to help their hair grow and stay strong. Without proper nutrition and hair products, children may suffer from a range of hair problems, including hair thinning, dry and brittle hair, and even hair loss. That's why we include plenty of healthy hair nutrients in our I Want It All Whole Collection Kit.
At Reagan Sanai, we strive to educate, enrich and empower our parents. For your little one's with sensitive skin and eczema we want to make sure that you're not only applying pure natural and organic products topically, but they're also consuming these types of ingredients.
In this blog post, we will explore the importance of nutrition for kids' hair health and discuss some of the essential nutrients children need for healthy hair.
Protein is a vital nutrient for healthy hair growth. It is the building block of hair, and without it, children's hair can become weak and brittle. Hair follicles require a good supply of protein to produce strong, healthy hair. Some of the best sources of protein for kids include meat, fish, poultry, eggs, beans, and nuts.
Iron is another essential nutrient for hair health. It helps to carry oxygen to the hair follicles, which is necessary for healthy hair growth. A lack of iron can cause hair loss and dry, dull hair. Good sources of iron for kids include red meat, poultry, fish, beans, lentils, and fortified breakfast cereals.
Here's a healthy hair recipe that your baby will love:
1/2 papaya, seeded, skin removed, diced
1 mango, diced
3 pears, cored, diced
3 apricots, cored, diced
1 cup of water
Prepare all the fruit. Heat the water in a medium saucepan, add fruit and simmer for around 8 minutes, or until the fruit is soft.
Blend together, adding the cooking water until you have your desired consistency.
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