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Luscious locks can often come with a high price tag, but The Doctors say there’s an easy way to get fabulous hair. What’s ...
on your plate can make a big difference!
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Male1: As everyone knows that tip to the hairlines can be pretty pricey these days. But did you know that when it comes to restoring your hair is not just what you put on your locks but what you put in your mouth. Female1: That’s right. Very important, very important. Male2: I know about you but I mind Jim’s oysters. Male3: You can have this if you want. Male2: You do, you do share, right? Male3: Yeah, I’m not touching this. Male1: There’s a reason why we have these foods in front of us. And there's a reason why we’re talking about hair. Male2: Carrots. We know carrots are great for your eye sight, very high in vitamin A, a great natural conditioning agent for your scalp to give you shiny, well conditioned scalp which in turn, it will give you a nice looking hair. Male3: That’s cool. Male2: Do you want to get this one? Male1: I’m going to start with my better hair. Thank you. Female1: I thought it was an aphrodisiac. Male3: Yeah, it will. Most people think that an oyster as an aphrodisiac, but actually they are very rich in zinc which actually help cell growth and actually help promote hair growth. So, you’re going to try it? Male2: You bet. Male3: A little Tabasco, I didn’t that with Tabasco. Male1: So right now, if you top that with Tabasco sauce Male3: You want garlic? You want the garlic too? Male2: A little bloody Mary too. Female1: There you go. Male3: I’ll just have the garlic, I’m a big fan of garlic. Male2: Here’s for good hair. Male3: I can’t even watch. Male2: And whatever else happens. Male1: That’s disgusting. Male2: Really good. Male3: Oh my God. Female1: Alright. Male1: Did you really enjoy that? Male2: I did, in fact, I’m going to eat the rest of them. Female1: Well, I have something a little bit more easy keep down. Salmon. Salmon is absolutely great because it’s high in vitamin B-12, omega 3 fatty acid and iron. So it keeps your scalp from being dry and your hair from being brittle. So salmon, excellent. Male1: Eggs. Now, who’s ever put egg product in their hair? Raise your hand. So a pair number of people, it’s a great product for that. But the protein and biotone in eggs, actually a lack of biotone is proven to maybe loose your hair a little bit, so it’s great for that. Now I want to caution people, eggs are also for cholesterol, so probably one egg yolk a day, you can certainly add the egg whites. But I’m going to tell you a great way to get all the products you need for your hair. I like to take an egg, and throw it over an oyster. Male3: Add little carrot. Put a carrot on top of there. Stir it up. Female1: Put the salmon. Male2: I already treated my hair on that, I’m not going that. Male3: Dew, garlic, big ah. Male2: No, gracias. Male3: Come on. Come on. Male2: Guys you that at first oyster will throw me up a little bit. Male1: But the point is, you can find one of these foods that you like and certainly, you don’t have to eat oysters for good hair. Male3: Thank God. Male1: They going to make you do it like what happens to Jim. It’s not pretty.