What should you eat after a hair transplant?


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Hair transplants have grown increasingly popular in recent years. The International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) showed  that 397,048 procedures were performed in The US alone in 2014.

The procedure can cost up to £9000 in The UK and can require 14 days down-time, in which you're advised to avoid public transport and working-out, and so for this relatively expensive procedure, you're going to want to take as much care as possible whilst you recover and your hair steadily grows back.

How can you maintain your hair transplant?

E. Ronald Finger MD suggests that “A good general rule is to fill your plate with 1/3 lean protein and 2/3 vegetables. If you want bread, eat whole grain bread"

Sanusi Umar MD also states that “with regard to long-term hair health and diet, eat lean protein and vegetables while limiting your fat and carbohydrate intake” Always try to get sufficient sleep and Also take a multi-vitamin every day to ensure you get enough B vitamins and iron.

Here are eight foods that make your hair grow faster, recommended by Harvard and Yale Medical School-trained nutritionist Jayson Calton, PhD, and licensed nutritionist and fitness chef Mira Calton, CN.

  • Salmon
  • Oysters
  • Eggs
  • Yellow peppers 
  • Sunflower seeds
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Avocados
  • Almonds

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