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How Food Is Killing Your Beard Growth

How Food Is Killing Your Beard Growth
Before we talk about what to use on the outside of your beard. I like to start that it is more important what you put inside your body. The reason you have a patchy beard, slow beard growth, hair loss, gray beard, dry skin, is due to your body not have the right vitamins it needs to function at 100%.
 
Here are some of the vitamins that you can take to help your body’s hair production motor.
 
Vitamin A - probably one of the most important vitamins you should be intaking daily if you want a fuller facial hair growth.
 
Vitamin C - It helps to keep your skin and hair healthy as well. Boosting our immune system. You can find vitamin c in oranges (fresh oranges preferable), grapefruit. In addition to, dark green vegetables, green peppers, tomatoes and potatoes are rich in vitamin C.
 
Vitamin E - This is the crucial vitamin that helps the hair follicles stay alive and actively growing. Oils, beans, leafy vegetables, nuts, and more.
 
Vitamin B3 - Vitamin B3 which has Niacin is helpful in promoting proper circulation within hair follicles. This would also help improve the growth of mustache and beards. Effect with biotin. You can discover vitamin B3 in hamburger, chicken, fish, and wheat germ.
 
Vitamin B5 - Helps to lessen stress; and stress can unquestionably inhibit hair growth. You can find vitamin b5 in avocado, duck, milk, lobster, entire grain breads, egg yolks, broccoli, and liver.
 
 
STAY HYDRATED WITH WATER AND EXERCISE!!!!
 
 
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blackmanbeards.com
 
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4 thoughts on “How Food Is Killing Your Beard Growth

  1. avatar LaDona says:

    I wish you had an affiliate program so I could help sell your products on my site. I’m starting a website for black women and men. I have natural products on my site also. I will still recommend you on my website. God Bless you Fam.

  2. avatar Desmond says:

    Could the graying of a beard due to genetics? I’m 40 and both the hair on my head and beard are graying. Or is this tied to nutrition? I get plenty of exercise (5 days a week) and water. I also take a multivitamin. Thanks!

  3. avatar Matthew says:

    Will anymore wooden combs be available?

  4. avatar anthony otti says:

    I cant wait to grow my beards

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