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Nov 08

Know how Radish can work wonder for hair

By Nirja Jaiswal | Food Friday , Hair Care Blog

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Gorgeous, thick, healthy, shiny hair is at the top most priority for all of us. It may feel like such an unattainable goal sometimes due to unhealthy eating, imbalanced diet or nutritional deficiency. Hence, rather than looking to your vanity table to fix bad hair, take a look in your kitchen, you might be surprised how much what you eat can affect your hair!  You can build beautiful hair from the inside out with your diet. So, are you ready to nosh your way to achieve those beautiful hairs? Come let’s fill up our plates with this fabulous yet delicious Superfoods & achieve gorgeous, shiny hair.

This is an edible root vegetable, surrounded by a crunchy white flesh with slightly-fuzzy, edible greens on top and peppery flavor packets of good health can work wonders on your hair if you include them in your meals. Read on to know which Superfood or Food For Hair we’re talking about today.

TGIF! And on the Food Friday menu today, we’re serving you one of the healthiest, crispy and incredible taste root veggie: Radish (‘Mooli’ in Hindi). Radishes are powerhouse of nutrients. They are full of iron, magnesium, potassium, copper, calcium & other essential nutrients such as silica, folate, B6 and antioxidants which are crucial for strong, healthy looking hair and can also lower the risk of hair falling out or prematurely graying.  It not only promotes healthy growth of hair but also makes the scalp as well as roots stronger.

Radish can be eaten fresh, raw or also cook with other veggies. You can also roast sliced radishes and have as your evening snack. You can include this crunchy veggie in myriad ways such as curry, stuff parathas, dal, raita, delicious soup or even a crispy veggie salad. Radish leaves are also edible and delicious. You can add them to your cooking preparations.

These are easily available throughout the winter season. Now that you know the magical benefits of Radishes, don’t forget to add this Superfood in your daily diet.

Nov 01

Incredible benefits of Tomatoes for Hair

By Nirja Jaiswal | Food Friday , Hair Care Blog

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When it comes protecting your hair and to maintain strong, healthy hair during winter season, the ideal way to do is to include a diet rich in all the right nutrients in your daily routine. Feeding your hair with the right superfoods will work from the inside out to give your hair a healthy glow and help you to look your best despite cold, dry air, especially if you are experiencing hair loss due to poor nutrition. Come let’s fill up our plates with amazing, versatile, yet delicious Superfoods & achieve gorgeous, shiny hair.

These easy-to-cook, sweet or tangy in taste, plump & round shaped packets of good health can work wonders on your hair if you include them in your meals. Read on to know which Superfood or Food For Hair we’re talking about today.

TGIF! And on the Food Friday menu today, we’re serving you one of the most versatile, nutritious, healthy, red juicy fruit which is also used as a vegetable all around the world: Tomatoes. Tomatoes are a powerhouse of nutrients. They are full of Vitamins (A, B, C & E), antioxidants, potassium, folate & other essential nutrients which are excellent stimulants for healthy hair. This not only helps to prevent hair loss, hydrate dry & rough hair, give natural shine but also treat dandruff, bad scalp odor and various other hair problems.

Tomatoes add a wonderful flavor and nutrition to the dishes they are added to. You can eat them fresh, raw or also cook with other veggies and spices. You can add it to anything and everything, starting from ketchup, soups, salads, pickles to basic staples like curry, rice, omelettes, dals and many more. The best way to get the max out of it is to have it in the form of juice.

These are easily available throughout the year. Now that you know the magical benefits of Tomatoes, don’t forget to add this Superfood in your daily diet.

Oct 25

Bell Peppers: Foods to eat every day for Perfect Hair

By Nirja Jaiswal | Food Friday , Hair Care Blog

Hello FairFax Fans,

It’s no surprise that winters arrive with more cravings, less outdoor activities & may be a slower metabolism. The cold winds can cause damage to your hair. To prevent bad hair days & hair from falling out during the cold season, you need to have a healthy scalp. And to have a healthy scalp, you need to include essential nutrients in your daily diet. Therefore, if you are experiencing any problems related to hair, load your plate with amazing, versatile Superfoods & see the difference.

These easy-to-cook, sweet or tangy in taste, crunchy, plump & bell shaped packets of good health can work wonders on your hair if you include them in your meals. Read on to know which Superfood or Food For Hair we’re talking about today.

TGIF! And on the Food Friday menu today, we’re serving you one of the most nutritious, healthy, mild flavored veggies: Bell Peppers/ Capsicum (‘Shimla Mirch’ in Hindi). This can be found in different colors: red, green & yellow. Bell Peppers are a good source of Vitamins (C, B6, & E), magnesium, dietary fibers, folate & many other nutrients. All of which help to strengthen hair follicles & boost hair growth. Green Bell Peppers/Capsicum has high silicon content which promotes healthy hair & makes your hair thick and voluminous.

Bell peppers are vibrant-looking delights that not only add a nice crunch to any dish but also give a unique taste to the dishes they are added to. This versatile veggie can be stuffed, roasted, used in stir-fries or simply eaten raw. You can make the most of it by eating it in salads or by simply preparing dips out of it. So, the next time you prepare your meals, try adding this colorful treat to them to up the nutritional count.

Now that you know the amazing benefits of Bell Peppers/Capsicum, go ahead & grab this Superfood from your nearest vendor.

Oct 18

Surprising benefits of eating Eggplant or Brinjal

By Nirja Jaiswal | Food Friday , Hair Care Blog

Hello FairFaxFans,

If hair health is priority for you, then you must read this. Improving the health of your hair is not so difficult. You just need to take some extra care. The food you eat goes a long way in this direction. Healthy diet leads to healthy hair. Hence, if you are experiencing any problems related to hair, load up your plate with amazing, versatile Superfoods & see the difference.

These easy to cook, slightly bitter, mushy, sponges of good health can work wonders on your hair if you include them in your meals. Read on to know which Superfood or Food For Hair we’re talking about today.

TGIF! And on the Food Friday menu today, we’re serving you one of the most astonishing nutritious, healthy, low in calorie veggies: Eggplant/ Brinjal (‘Baigan’ in Hindi). This colorful vegetable may not be everyone’s favorite; many of you avoid the dishes with eggplant in them. But after knowing the benefits of eggplant or brinjal for hair, we are sure you would think twice before avoiding this vegetable.

Eggplants are a high-fiber, low-calorie food that is rich in many types of minerals/ vitamins like protein, manganese, potassium, Vitamin K, Vitamin C & antioxidants that nourish your scalp & keep it healthy. Eggplants have enzymes that stimulate the follicles of your hair, thereby enhancing hair growth. People with rough & dry hair should eat more eggplants. They not only help you to maintain the natural shine but also improve the texture of your hair.

Who says eggplants have to be boring? This long or sometimes even round, fleshy, & green/ purple veggie is incredibly versatile & can be easily incorporated into your diet. It can be baked, roasted, grilled or fried & assimilated well into many irresistible dishes. You can eat it as Bharwa Baigan or Stuffed Eggplant which tastes heavenly or can be used to make curry, gravy, stir fry, chutney or bharta.

So, what are you waiting for? Now that you know the amazing benefits of eggplant/brinjal, go ahead & grab this Superfood from the nearest vendor.

Oct 11

Know Incredible Benefits of eating Green Peas

By Nirja Jaiswal | Food Friday , Hair Care Blog

Hello FairFaxFans,

Everybody craves for beautiful & healthy hair that is immune to aging. But is that possible? If you take care of diet & nutrition, then it is! Diet rich in specific nutrients helps to strengthen hair & prevent hair loss/ breakage. If you are experiencing any problems related to hair, load up your plate with amazing Superfoods & see the difference.

These easy to cook, sweet & starchy green pearls of good health can work wonders on your hair if you include them in your meals. Read on to know which Superfood or Food For Hair FairFax is talking about today.

TGIF! And on the Food Friday menu today, we’re serving you one of the most amazing nutritious, healthy, low in calorie veggies: Green Peas (‘Matar’ in Hindi). Green Peas are a well balanced food – they are not only tasty but also loaded with protein & many types of minerals/ vitamins like zinc, iron, Vitamins B, C, A, beta carotene, fiber etc. All of these help in maintaining the health of hair & scalp.

Green peas are one of the healthiest & super versatile foods that can be munched on even raw. They easily complement vegetables like potato, carrot, beets, onions etc in preparing many dishes. You often eat them in delicious dishes like matar paneer, methi matar malai & matar mushroom. A cup of boiled peas can be eaten as a mid-day snack, added to green salads or enjoyed in soups / smoothies.

So, what are you waiting for? Now that you know the amazing benefits of peas, go ahead & grab this Superfood from the nearest vendor. Do you enjoy eating green peas & how do you like to have them? Feel free to share with FairFax in comments below.

Papaya- Superfood for hair
Oct 04

Remarkable Papaya benefits for hair

By Nirja Jaiswal | Food Friday , Hair Care Blog

Hello FairFaxFans,

Superfoods can help you get healthier, shinier hair. So much so that you can change the way your hair looks & feels by improving on your diet. A well-balanced diet is a needed for having healthy hair. Our diet is often inadequate & superfoods help to fill this gap. So, let us fill up our plates with nutritious & delicious Superfoods. What say?

This beautiful tropical fruit is proof that nutritious food can also be tantalizingly delicious! Read on to know which Superfood or Food For Hair FairFax are talking about today.

TGIF! And on the Food Friday menu today, we’re serving you one of the most nutritious, healthy & easily available fruits: Papaya. Papaya is a wholesome fruit that contains Vitamins A, C, K as well as potassium, magnesium, protein, carotene, natural fiber & folic acid. All of these can help you achieve the hair of your dreams.

Papaya gives volume to hair by nourishing it from the inside out. It not only makes hair strong, but also improves circulation of blood in the scalp, thereby stimulating hair growth. It can also help in preventing hair loss. And, if your hair is dull & lifeless, it adds shine, bounce & softness.

Papaya is a fruit that is available throughout the year. You can eat it as a fruit, make a smoothie, drink as juice, add it to salads or make Papaya curry using raw (green) Papaya. So, what are you waiting for? Now that you know the amazing benefits of papaya, go ahead & grab this Superfood from the nearest vendor.

Do you enjoy eating papaya & how do you like to have it? Feel free to share with FairFax in comments below.

Soybeans- Superfood for hair
Sep 27

Know how Soybeans are beneficial for hair

By Nirja Jaiswal | Food Friday , Hair Care Blog

Hello FairFaxFans,

Does your hair break easily each time you brush it? Does your hair feel lifeless, brittle & dry? If you wish to have healthy, thick & shiny hair, the first step you need to take is to improve your diet. Eating the right foods can improve your hair health. So, let FairFax fill up our plates with nutritious & delicious Superfoods. What say?

With a high nutritional value, this great tasting food is a true superstar for hair. Read on to know which Superfood or Food For Hair we’re talking about today.

TGIF! And on the Food Friday menu today, we’re serving you one of the most nutritious, versatile, low calorie, healthy & tasty foods ever: Soybeans. Soybeans are a popular food choice for vegetarians. It is a common food item in every household & often considered as an excellent alternative to meat, all thanks to its high protein content. It is also a rich source of calcium, iron, zinc, fiber, folate, omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamins B, K and other nutrients all of which are essential for hair health.

The oil & protein content in soybean is extremely beneficial for repairing damaged hair, strengthening hair follicles & prevention of split ends. They provide nourishment & also make the hair shiny, soft & smooth. It is a perfect solution for those suffering from hair loss problems.

Soybeans are not only nutritious but also incredibly versatile. They can be cooked & eaten in many ways. Soybeans are used to make tofu, soymilk, soy flour & many other foods. They can be roasted & served as a tasty snack or can easily be added to any dish or salads. You can also have it in the form of delicious & healthy soup.

Now that you know the benefits of Soybeans for hair, start munching on them from today.

Carrots - Superfood for hair
Sep 20

Everyday Superfoods For Hair

By Nirja Jaiswal | Food Friday , Hair Care Blog

Hello FairFaxFans,

You become what you eat, therefore making sure you eat the right things, in the right quantity at the right time is paramount. Your diet can help you get the long, beautiful & healthy hair of your dreams. Without a nutritionally balanced diet, your hair can become weak, thin & prone to breakage. Do you know that vegetables are packed with nutrients that can help keep your hair strong & look super amazing? Come, lets fill up our plates with nutritious & yet delicious Superfoods introduced by FairFax.

With a high nutritional value, this great tasting & incredibly nourishing vegetable can prove to be a savior for your hair. Read on to know which Superfood or Food For Hair we’re talking about today.

TGIF! And on the Food Friday menu today, we’re serving you one of the most nutritious, low in calories, crunchy & tasty veggie: Carrots. Carrots are packed with nutrients & vitamins like A, B, C, E, carotenoids, potassium, dietary fibers, beta-carotene and other antioxidants which help to improve your hair health & make your hair stronger. Consuming a carrot a day not only helps in hair growth but also reduces the risk of premature greying of hair. It can control hair fall, protect hair from damages & make your hair shiny & thick.

Carrots are so versatile that they can easily become a part of your daily diet. You can eat them fresh, steamed, boiled, roasted or can also cook with other veggies. Diced carrots can be added to salads to add crispness. You can also start your morning with a refreshing & healthy glass of carrot juice. You could also make desserts like Gajar Ka Halwa or puddings to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Now that you know the benefits of Carrots for hair, start munching on them from today.

Strawberry for healthy hair
Sep 13

Strawberry keep your hair healthy & hydrated

By Nirja Jaiswal | Food Friday , Hair Care Blog

Hello FairFaxFans,

Who doesn’t want their hair to become Healthier, Shinier & Stronger with time? Without proper nutrition though, your hair can become weak & prone to breakage. Do you know that fresh, seasonal fruits are packed with nutrients that can help your hair look & feel amazing? Come, lets fill up our plates with nutritious & yet delicious Superfoods.

With a high nutritional value, this great tasting fruit can prove to be a savior for your hair. Read on to know which Superfood or Food For Hair FairFax are talking about today.

TGIF! And on the Food Friday menu today, we’re serving you one of the most nutritious, juiciest & delicious of fruits: Strawberries. Packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, flavonoids, magnesium, omega 3 fatty acids & copper, Strawberries are extremely beneficial for your hair. They’re not only helpful in nourishing your hair but also have the ability to get reduce scalp oiliness.

One of the major benefits of eating strawberries is its ability to prevent hair loss & hair thinning. Regular consumption also slows down the graying process & makes your hair shiny, silky.

The best way to enjoy strawberries is to have them fresh or as a part of fruit salads. Perk up your mornings with a strawberry smoothie or add refreshing slices of to irresistible desserts.

Now that you know the benefits of Strawberries for hair, the next time you take a trip to the local grocery store, make sure that you buy some.

Superfood For Hair
Sep 06

Improve hair health with Guavas

By Nirja Jaiswal | Food Friday , Hair Care Blog

Hello FairFaxFans,

It takes more than a shampoo & conditioner to get the beautiful, thick & lustrous hair you dream of. Your eating habits & diet are critical for your hair health. You really are what you eat. Therefore, it’s very important to ensure that your diet is not the source of your hair problems. Come, lets fill up our plate with nutritious & yet delicious Superfoods.

This great-tasting fruit is probably already a part of your diet & it can help you get gorgeous hair. Read on to know which Superfood or Food For Hair FairFax talking about today.

TGIF! And on the Food Friday menu, we are serving you one of the most nutritious, flavorful monsoon fruits: Guavas. Guavas are low in calories & are a powerhouse of nutrients such as Vitamins A & C, Folic Acid, Potassium, Copper, Manganese, Fibre, Flavonoids & other phyto-chemicals. Guavas also contain lycopene, which helps in protecting your hair from UV radiation.

Guavas are easily available & are quite economical in the season. Guavas can be had fresh or can be used as an ingredient in fruit salads. Eat them as they come or sprinkle some salt & pepper for taste.

Now that you know the benefits of Guavas for hair, include this nature’s bounty in your daily diet from today.

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