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Top 5 Vitamins for Luxurious Hair

Not only are vitamins and nutrients essential for a healthy body and bodily function, but they also play a key role in keeping the hair on our heads from shedding. A high-quality multi-vitamin is important and of course, a healthy diet is essential, however, many suffer from nutrient deficiencies due to underlying conditions such as a thyroid problem- both hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism and a hormonal imbalance. Some people will require additional supplementation to bring us back up to optimal healthy, luxurious hair.
The truth is hair loss can be a complex process that generally involves various genetic, hormonal and even environmental factors. Just like our skin, the hair follicle is subject to the aging process! Sometimes hair loss can even be due to a vitamin deficiency. Fortunately, Modena Hair Institute is here to tell you it can easily be corrected by adding vitamin-rich foods to your diet or supplementation. Some vitamins have antioxidant properties that help ward off factors of hair loss, and some vitamins help the body balance hormone levels – another factor that puts a halt to your hair growth!
Try Dr. Yazdan’s Top Natural Healthy Hair Vitamins

  1. Fish Oil – Oils rich in fatty acids have been used extensively in both animal and human studies to evaluate the effects it has on hair and skin health. Omega-3 fats nourish the hair, support hair thickening and reduces inflammation that can lead to hair loss. In one study, almost 90% of participants reported a reduction in hair loss and an improvement in hair diameter and hair density after a 6-month study of men and women suffering from male and female-pattern baldness.
  2. Zinc – Zinc compounds have been used for decades as a natural way in treating hair loss conditions such as Telogen Effluvium and Alopecia Areata. Zinc is also a potent inhibitor of hair follicle regression, and it accelerates hair follicle recovery. Dr. Yazdan considers zinc one of the most important vitamins for hair growth!
  3. B-Complex – Biotin and Vitamin B5 have been used as natural alternatives to hair loss. Biotin benefits your hair by rebuilding the hair that has been damaged by heat, whether it be exposure to sun, blow drying or ironing. Vitamin B5 supports the adrenal glands, which also help stimulate hair growth.
  4. Iron – Several studies have examined the direct link between an iron deficiency and hair loss, some suggest that an iron deficiency may be related to Alopecia Areata, Androgenetic Alopecia, Telogen Effluvium and diffuse hair loss with women being at a higher risk of hair loss due to an iron deficiency. Load up on your spinach and collard greens ladies!
  5. Vitamin D – Hair follicles are highly sensitive to hormones. In the scientific world, it is well-known that Alopecia Areata is commonly found in patients with a vitamin D deficiency. Direct sun is the best way to absorb your essential daily intake of vitamin D, however, using topical solutions and eating vitamin D-rich foods such as salmon, halibut, whitefish and mushrooms can also increase your vitamin D levels.

To reverse hair loss and increase hair strength, Modena Hair Restoration also recommends adding a hair loss prevention shampoo to your hair care regimen for optimal benefits! GroMD Hair Loss Prevention Shampoo can give you the added boost you need in restoring your hair and confidence! Try it RISK-FREE with a full money back guarantee if you’re unsatisfied with the results.
If you feel your heading down a slippery slope of unruly hair and bad health, a simple nutrient testing can be performed to reveal any deficiencies in all, those nutrients necessary for hair health!
For questions or to schedule a consultation, call one of our offices conveniently located in Irvine, Newport Beach, Beverly Hills and Las Vegas at 888-717-5273 or contact via our website at contact Modena Hair Link 

Brain food – what should you eat for a smarter and healthier brain?

We’ve all heard of super foods, but do we know what ‘super food’ really is?
Super foods are nutrient dense foods that are especially beneficial for your overall health and well-being. Their targeted body systems may differ but overall, these super foods are good for you from your head to your toes.
Research has shown that indulging in super foods can increase the likelihood you maintain a healthy brain, well into old age.
Below is a list of our favorite brain-loving super foods that if included in your daily regimen regularly, are sure to keep you sharp year after year.
Blueberries. Delicious and smart! Blueberries have been shown to protect the brain from the effects of stress. Further, they have been shown to reduce the effects of brain diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Salmon. Salmon is rich in brain-loving omega-3’s. Omega-3’s are essential for brain function and monitoring inflammation.
Nuts and seeds. This super food is packed with vitamin E. Vitamin E has a range of health benefits, including maintain healthy hair, skin, and nails. When it comes to your brain, vitamin E corresponds with lowered cognitive decline.
Avocados. This healthy fat contributes to healthy blood flow. Healthy blood flow means healthy nutrients reaching every part of your body, brain included. Avocados help your brain get all the great nutrients you’re eating in that healthy balanced diet.
Whole grains. Our favorite whole grains are oatmeal and brown rice. These super foods reduce your risk for heart disease and maintain good blood flow to the brain. Bonus: these foods are packed with fiber and vitamin E.
Beans. This super food stabilizes blood sugar levels which keeps your brain happy. Your brain uses glucose for fuel, so it needs help regulating its glucose levels so it can maintain optimum functioning. And that’s where beans come in.
Happy eating!