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Health & Fitness Magazine, 9th February,2016

Expert Tip

“Massage your scalp gently while washing your hair as this stimulates blood circulation, which encourages growth.” Dr. Thomy Kouremada-Zioga, Hair Transplant Surgeon at The Private Clinic  

Don’t Go Vegan

‘Diet can be directly linked to hair loss or thinning. Diets such as veganism often lead to nutritional imbalances and a lack of important vitamins. These imbalances can cause hair to become brittle and break. Lean meat, fish and eggs all good choices. Your diet should be rich in minerals and vital vitamins too,” says Dr Thomy Kouremada-Zioga, hair surgeon at The Private Clinic.

Eat Colourful Foods

‘Coloured fruit and veg contain the most antioxidants, helping your body shed toxins. If we eat unhealthy or fatty foods, our circulation slows down, which can help form cellulite. Eat raspberries, strawberries and blueberries. Mangoes and bananas also boost blood flow, helping reduce cellulite,” says Dr Noor Almaani, consultant dermatologist at The Private Clinic.

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EXPERT TIP
“Massage your scalp gently while washing your hair as this stimulates blood circulation, which encourages growth.”
DR THOMY KOUREMADA-ZIOGA, HAIR TRANSPLANT SURGEON AT THE PRIVATE CLINIC
DON’T GO VEGAN
‘Diet can be directly linked to hair loss or thinning. Diets such as veganism often lead to nutritional imnbalances and a lack of important vitamins. These imbalances can cause hair to become brittle and break. Lean meat, fish and eggs all good choices. Your diet should be rich in minerals and vital vitamins too,” says Dr Thomy Kouremada-Zioga, hair surgeon at The Private Clinic.
EAT COLOURFUL FOODS
‘Coloured fruit and veg contain the most antioxidants, helping your body shed toxins. If we eat unhealthy or fatty foods, our circulation slows down, which can help form cellulite. Eat raspberries, strawberries and blueberries. Mangoes and bananas also boost blood flow, helping reduce cellulite,” says Dr Noor Almaani, consultant dermatologist at The Private Clinic.

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