Nutrition after hair transplant plays a large and important role in the recovery process. A properly funded diet helps the body to heal the transplanted hair faster and improve the patient’s overall well-being. Many people forget about the importance of nutrition after hair transplant, but they do it in vain. It is proper nutrition that can significantly shorten the recovery period and accelerate regenerative processes.
What is feature of nutrition after hair transplant?
After a hair transplant, the patient must remember that any food has an effect on the body in one way or another. That is why it is very important to carefully follow the doctor’s recommendations and try to add as many healthy foods as possible to the daily diet. Otherwise, in the absence of nutrients necessary for the body, the regeneration process may be slowed down. This in turn significantly increases the risk of complications such as infections, inflammation or even hair loss due to insufficient nutrition.
To help the body recover and speed up the cell regeneration process, patients are advised to eat a diet rich in protein, vitamins A, B and C, as well as iron and zinc. It is recommended to eat less salt, sugar and drink more water. It is preferable to add fruits and vegetables, lean meat, low-fat dairy products, whole grains to the diet. It is also necessary to add to the diet foods low in fat, trans fats, cholesterol. These are chicken, turkey, fish, eggs, nuts, legumes, spinach, and beef liver.
What it is forbidden to eat after a hair transplant?
There are no strict prohibitions on the use of any product; the restrictions apply only to their quantity. Hair transplant patients should limit their intake of foods that are too sweet, salty and oily. In addition, for the first two weeks after the transplant, you need to stop drinking alcohol, since it significantly inhibits tissue regeneration.