Feed Your Hair – A Food Blog Series

We all want to look after ourselves to the best we can by eating our 5 a day, getting a nice brisk walk in and spending a small fortune on those ‘magic products’ that claim to solve all your problems. Our bodies are amazing things and have ways of telling us when things are not quite right such as changes in your nails or hair.  

Now we all take our hair for granted. We throw it around like it is a spare part, but our hair is incredibly sensitive and can easily be affected by changes in our lives such as stress, ill health, or a change in lifestyle such as diet. We all spend a small fortune of these ‘miracle’ products and vitamins which we believe will help us achieve those Kardashian locks. But we do not need to be spending £60 plus on hair vitamins and hair serums when we can use food to help feed our hair! 

Below we have picked three recipes that will help you feed your hair and your body! 

Hibiscus Iced Tea 


5 dried hibiscus flowers or 1 teaspoon crushed dried hibiscus flowers or a hibiscus tea bag 


Lemonade (optional) 

1 cup of water 


Step 1:

Boil water in a sauce pan and add in hibiscus and boil for approximately 5 minutes. 

Step 2:

Take off heat and let cool slightly before adding over ice, top up with lemonade if desired! 

Step 3:

Sit back and sip in the sun! 

Easy Omelette


3 eggs 

1 tsp sunflower oil 

1 tsp. butter/butter alternative 

½ spring onion (chopped) 

Ham (optional) 


Step 1:

Beat eggs and season with salt and pepper, and heat oil and butter in a non-stick frying pan over a medium heat until butter is melted.  

Step 2:

Pour eggs into the pan and tilt until eggs cover the pan. Let the eggs cook for roughly 20 seconds then check the middle with a spatula. 

Step 3:

Tilt the pan again to ensure runny egg fills remainder of pan 

Step 4:

Add in spring onion and ham (optional) scatter the filling over the top of the omelette and fold gently. Put on plate, serve, and enjoy! 

Super Green Smoothie

Super green smoothie hair recipe 3


1 avocado  

4 kiwis 

1 cucumber 

2 cups of plain yoghurt 

1 cup of ice 

1 tbsp honey (optional) 


Step 1:

Wash, peel and chop all fruit and place in blender.  

Step 2:

Add in yoghurt, ice, honey (optional) and any pulses you may desire. 

Step 3:

Blend until smooth. Pour into glass and enjoy! 

For more inspiring food check out our previous blogs

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