Eat Your Way To Longer Thicker Hair – Pineapple Kiwi Mango Smoothie

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Pineapples, kiwi, mangoes and bananas Oh My!  This recipe does not just taste amazing, but it is also loaded with needed vitamins and minerals that will make your hair growth thrive.  In these busy times we all may tend to rush and choose to eat food that is fast and more convenient.  But if you really want to grow your hair to lengths never achieved, you have to eat all the vital nutrients that your hair needs to grow.  Incorporating these keys nutrients in your daily diets will have your hair growing to lengths never able before to attain.  And it will feel so effortless because you have to eat anyway, so why not just eat the right things. 

This great recipe and a lot more like it, plus lots of extra hair growth tips, could be found in this book called Eat Your Way To Longer Thicker Hair. 

This recipe book gives toms of inexpensive delicious recipes that are easy and fun to follow. 


1⁄2 cup pineapple, cubed

1 kiwi, peeled and sliced

1⁄2 cup mango, peeled and sliced

1⁄2 banana

1 tsp. vanilla

1⁄2 cup low-fat vanilla yogurt

1⁄2 cup Almond milk

2 Tbsp. honey

6-8 ice cubes

Skewered pineapple cubes and kiwi slices for garnish


1.  In a blender combine pineapple, kiwi, mango, banana, vanilla, yogurt, milk, honey and ice.

2.  Process until smooth.     

3.  Garnish with skewered pineapple cubes and sliced kiwi.

Benefits for your hair growth-  

Pineapple is rich in vitamin C and this can aid in hair growth. Its rich source of antioxidants has the ability to prevent you from any sort of disease that you may be prone to. Vitamin C gives your hair an extra layer of silkiness and makes it look thick.

 Kiwi The vitamins present in kiwi helps in nourishing your scalp and improving the blood circulation, thus, effectively preventing baldness.Zinc helps in facilitating hair growthalong with tissue repair. It maintains oil glands and provides nourishment to the new hair follicles.

Mangos More than any other fruit, mangos offer a hair growth trifecta: Vitamin E, which improves circulation in the scalp, promoting hair growth. Vitamin C, which promotes collagen production. And Vitamin A, which helps to naturally condition your scalp, for stronger, shinier hair.

Bananas are a great source of potassium.  Potassium helps in the cell renewal process and this is why it is extremely beneficial to regrow hair as well. Potassium helps in stimulating dormant hair follicles by improving the cell renewal process in your scalp, thereby promoting faster and healthier hair growth.  This delicious and healthy fruit should be added to your daily diet.  Bananas also have natural oils that maintain the natural elasticity of the hair and prevent hair breakage, which is great when used topically to make a banana hair pack for hair growth.  Bananas makes this smoothie rich, thick, and creamy, and it naturally sweetens it perfectly.  

Almond Milk – Magnesium is a key element that helps in making your hair stronger while boosting the hair growth process, which is also present in almond milk. If your body lacks magnesium, it will often result in hair loss and reduce the quality of your hair.

Yogurt is packed with protein, the building block of your locks. Greek yogurt also has an ingredient that helps with blood flow to your scalp and hair growth. It’s called vitamin B5 (known as Pantothenic acid) and may even help against hair thinning and loss.

Vanilla isvery rich in antioxidants which neutralize free radicals and reverse skin damage. It helps to slow down signs of aging like fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots. It not only makes your skin rejuvenated but also smelling lovely

  • Disclaimer: This recipe is filled with healthy fruits and vegetables that are not just beneficial to your hair, but also to the overall health of your body and it’s functions.  Keep in mind everybody is different, and each of our bodies require different things to operate at it’s own individual best at any given time.  Our bodies know what we need and where to use these different nutrients most effectively in our individual bodies.  So yes, we may want these vitamins and nutrients to go directly to benefit our hair, but it may not work like that if those vitamins and nutrients are needed somewhere else in your body at that time.  But don’t give up and have faith.  Just keep giving your body all these good things and have faith that your hair will benefit in due time.  Always consult a physician if you plan on introducing any new foods into your diet, to avoid any food related allergies.   Especially if you are currently on any form of medication.  Different fruits, vegetables and vitamins may cause your medication to react negatively and/or become not as effective.     
Like in the Good Book- “And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.”     

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