The amino acid that REGROWS THICK HAIR

For sleek, shiny, and thick hair, there’s a little-known amino acid that has the power to work wonders: methionine. This protein is known for helping grow and strengthen hair strands. Its key compound is sulfur, which the body uses to make keratin, the main material of the hair shaft. You can find methionine in eggs, chicken, and dairy products, but I also recommend supplementing with 500 mg twice a day. Not only will your locks look luxurious but methionine also helps prevent hair fallout.

Courtesy of Ann Louise

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2 Comments

  1. Lily

    Great to know! My hair is breaking all the time now

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  2. Suzanne

    I’m going to get a supplement because my hair falls out a lot when I wash it. I don’t want to lose all of my hair!

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