It's #FitnessFriday! *throw the confetti! pop the bottles---de agua* I chat a lot about food's role in my fitness goals because---well---my eating habits are sketchy at best. Thanks to my mini muffin top, I'm realizing that what I eat really does matter and no amount of time at the gym will rectify me devouring an entire big of jelly beans in one sitting. Inspired by my grumbling mid-morning tummy, leftover Mesquite Grilled Steak, a fabulous article about huevos in April's Women's Health Mag, today I'm sharing why brunch and longer healthier hair go hand in hand.
Breakfast/Brunch- Appetite Regulator
After fasting all night, your body is running on fumes. High protein foods take longer to digest, you feel full sooner and for longer periods of time.
Eggs- Protein Powered Goodness
Eating eggs feeds your muscles and your hair zinc, iron, and B vitamins to keep your strands strong from the inside out. Plus, eggs also contain biotin, known around the way to support faster hair growth.
Spinach- Dark Leafy VegetablesInitially loading up on spinach was a way to increase my iron levels and keep my body feeling energized without the necessity of an daily iron supplement. Then, I discovered that research has shown that low iron levels play a role in hair loss. Yuck! My dark leafy iron rich greens are here to stay!
This recipe is totally a win/win for me because I get to be
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