Effect of food on Hair Growth (Beard)

As we all know how food helps in the growth of our body and hair. We all our told in our childhood that if we don’t eat enough we’ll never grow big. But we our never told that its our hormones and genetics which helps us more in our growth age.

So, in this article, we will learn how food effects on our hair growth.

Low-calorie diets have a nasty-side effect of slowing down the reproductive system and with this your testosterone production will also suffer. Consider eating close to maintenance calories or slight surplus. Consume about 20% of your calories from protein (high protein diets lower T), 30% from saturated and monounsaturated fats (those increase T, but polyunsaturated kind lowers it), and the remaining 50% from carbs (preferably fruit and potatoes). Aside from having a diet rich in vitamins and minerals, also consider supplementing with a high-quality multivitamin to maximize your body’s natural production of testosterone. Consider few herbs and amino acids that are proven to increase testosterone levels by peer-reviewed studies (ashwagandha, phosphatidylserine, forskolin, mucuna pruriens, carnitine) and forget the one’s proven ineffective (tribulus, maca, etc.). Sleep 7-10 hours per night most of testosterone is produced during REM-sleep, and studies show how men sleeping for 4-hours have 50% less T than men sleeping for 8-hours. Research is clear on this, more sleep = more testosterone. Resistance training has been proven in many studies to stimulate testosterone production, as well as increase the activity of androgen receptors in uptaking the hormones (none of those sissy workouts, use heavy weight and big movements).

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