Vegan Hair Growth Recipes

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Many people when transitioning to a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle can sometimes experience negative changes in the quality of their hair and hair growth. Below are 5 key foods to incorporate into your diet and hair growth recipes to ensure strong and beautiful hair with accelerated growth.


  1. Avocados

Avocados are commonly known as a food that is healthy for your heart and mind, but they are also ideal for healthy hair growth. The healthy fats or omega fatty acids within avocados promote moisture production throughout the entire body. This moisture not only helps to prevent hair breakage but it can also help your hair grow longer and stay stronger.


  1. Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are rich in calcium, iron, and B vitamins, all which help promote stronger hair and faster hair growth. These vitamins are also a great source of protein which hair needs to remain strong and resist breakage.


  1. Almonds


Vegan Hair Growth Recipes - Almond


Almonds are a great source of protein and they have a large amount of Vitamin E. Protein helps improve collagen in the body, which is needed for proper hair growth and strength. Vitamin E helps improve elasticity and moisture so your hair will resist breakage and dryness. Have a handful of raw almonds for a snack or include them in any of your diet in a variety of other ways. Collagen is essential to our hair health and as we age, the collagen production naturally slows down which can leave the hair prone to breakage. The simplest way to maintain optimum levels of collagen production in the body is by consuming Vitamin C which aids the production of collagen in the body. Vitamin C can be gained from citrus fruits, strawberries and red peppers. A healthy balance of vitamin C as well as 23 other key ingredients and super foods can be found in the KELP AND SPIRULINA HAIR GROWTH VITAMINS. Go to to see the amazing before and after pictures of real people that have had great results.


  1. Kale, Kelp and Spirulina

Kale, kelp and spirulina are all rich in iron and B vitamins which are not only great for energy but great for growing hair stronger and longer. Kale is also an alkaline food which helps prevent acidity in the body. An acidic body causes the body to break down slowly and this can effect the health of your hair and nails. These three superfoods will all help promote alkalinity and its incredible nutrient profile will ensure you get everything you need for optimal hair. Throw some kale in your next green smoothie, make your own batch of kale chips,  or have a delicious kale salad for lunch. You can also open one or two of our Kelp and Spirulina hair growth vitamin capsules and empty it into your fruit juice or smoothie!


  1. Cucumbers



Cucumbers contain the mineral silica, which promotes beautiful hair, skin, and nails. It strengthens by improving collagen in the body, so cucumbers are a great way to prevent your hair from breakage and damage. Cucumbers are also naturally cooling to the body so enjoy plenty of them in the spring and summer when hair is especially prone to damage from longer days outside.



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We sincerely hope this post was able to help you on your healthy hair journey. Let us know how following these tips has helped you and feel free to ask us any questions or let us know what to include in our next post!

SuperFoodLx Editorial Team

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