Seasonal fruits and veggies for healthier hair: Winter Edition

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Seasonal fruits and veggies for healthier hair: Winter Edition

Why is it so easy to invest in hair products that promote hair growth and so, so hard to make daily choices that make your hair growth goals more attainable? Shedavi’s Crowned Protein Masque works miracles, but wouldn’t it be nice if it could work with your lifestyle choices instead of having to make up for them?


One of the easiest ways to keep your hair growing long and strong is to nourish your body with fruits and vegetables. It’s true when they say that we are what we eat. Our diet has a direct impact on our hair. We put together a list of seasonal fruits and veggies to help keep your hair thriving through the winter.


Carrots are packed with nutrients. Vitamin A encourages sebum production so that your scalp remains naturally moisturized. Boost the benefits of Vitamin A with Shedavi’s Crowned Co-Wash. Carrots also contain vitamins B, C, E, magnesium, and phosphorus. This vitamin and mineral combo increases circulation to your scalp, which stimulates hair growth.  


Ever find a concerning amount of hair when you’re combing or detangling? Iron deficiency is a major cause of hair loss. Make sure you’re getting enough iron by loading up on spinach. Have it in your smoothie at breakfast. Toss it up in a salad for lunch. Saute it with garlic for dinner. Your hair will thank you.

Sweet Potatoes

Beta-carotene gives sweet potatoes their orange color. It helps give your hair a natural shine by encouraging your hair to produce sebum. Shedavi’s Hair + Scalp Growth Elixir, paired with a diet rich in beta-carotene, will have you looking like you walked off a hair commercial.



Tangerines bring a tangy sweetness to a salad and can hold their own as a snack. While you’re munching, tangerines are giving your body a dose of Vitamin C. Your body will use the vitamin to build collagen. Vitamin C also helps your body absorb the iron from your spinach.


Cauliflower also has beta-carotene, but one of it’s biggest benefits is that it easy to incorporate into your diet. Try cauliflower rice, cauliflower pizza crust, and even cauliflower buffalo bites. Add cauliflower to your favorite dishes for your hair and for your health.

You won’t regret adding these winter staples to your grocery grocery list. Share how you’re using Shedavi and a healthy diet to help you grow your hair with the #shedavi. You might find yourself featured on our social media.

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  • Shirley D McDade

    Thanks for these helpful tips regarding hair care.

    Very much appreciated.