Can Fast Food Help Beard Growth & Why You Should Care!

If you have looked at Facebook or Twitter for more than a minute, it is likely you will have seen a post about super foods or a diet that will change your life. It is natural that we want to look and feel good and it is important to be aware of the importance food and nutrition plays in your life. Even if you were hitting the gym 6 days a week, a bad diet could unravel all that brilliant work and leave you feeling bloated and far from your best.

No single food will transform your beard

When it comes to caring for your beard, there is no one single food that will leave your beard looking brilliant. What your body, and your beard, needs, is nutrients and the right blend of nutrients will help your beard to grow at a better rate. There is also the fact that you want to choose foods packed with vitamins and minerals, and foods that aren’t processed, and this means that fast food isn’t a great idea when cultivating a brilliant beard.

Can you eat good fast food?

Bear in mind that everything in moderation is a good idea to follow in life, so you can have a takeaway or fast food from time to time, but don’t make it the cornerstone of your diet. However, bear in mind that fast food is changing. You are no longer stuck with a choice between CFK and DonaldsMc. Fried chicken is still peng, or whatever popular words kids use these days to differentiate themselves from adults, but there is a whole world of food to eat on the go these days.

If you are busy or lazy, you should still be able to find food that is good for you when you are on the go. If you care about your health, and the health of your beard, and you should, there are fast food options that will leave you looking and feeling great.

When it comes to the vitamins and food you need to grow a brilliant beard, here is a quick guide:

  • Vitamin A keeps your face moisturised, aiding beard growth. Foods rich in Vitamin A include salmon, butter, goat cheese and eggs
  • Vitamin C helps your skin heal, it aids collagen production improving your skin health and it is an antioxidant which protects your skin. Fruit and veg are fantastic for vitamin C with options like mango, pineapple, strawberries and broccoli being great additions to your plate
  • Vitamin D is vital because people who are deficient in Vitamin D are more at risk of hair loss, and that is terrible news for people with beards. Spend some time in the sun and stock up on eggs, tuna and salmon
  • Vitamin E is a lot like Vitamin C in that it protects the skin and it can aid your blood circulation and hipster favourite items like avocado, spinach, almonds and sweet potatoes are great options here, so if you fully buy into the concept of growing a beard as an alternative lifestyle, this range of good will fit with your diet perfectly

At Beard Spunk, we have a range of products that will help you care for your beard, but it is always nice to get a helping hand. Eating properly, even on the go, can make it so much easier to cultivate a beard that people want to run their fingers through.


 

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